Hotel Orbis Wroclaw
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... signs etc. But I am slowly learning words like please and thank you which help a great deal. The sounds are just like nothing I have every heard or said before but i am trying. and failing hard. thank god i have some friends that have some conversational polish, because they come from backgrounds with similar languages. Kristina and Tanya are from Slovenia and the Ukraine so they have similar words so they help me translate things like menus and directions.
... ten minutes to the cabin. It was set on ski resort but there was no snow yet. We had an authentic Polish dinner cooked for us which was basically tomato soup over rice like pasta and then perogies. We then did presentations of our work. 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide. It was very cool to see everyones work. There is some pretty impressive stuff. I know I will learn a lot from people here. I was the first asleep (9pm jet lag) and when we work up we had breakfast made for us. Eggs ...
... young once. Hate being a disappointment. She said that English people make their names sound terrible such as using 'Louise' instead of 'Louis' yep, thanks love, would be my middle name too. Feeling pretty. When realising I was British she asked me if I had children, when I said no she was genuinely shocked. Where did she think I kept them whilst I galavant around the world? She said that she thought all English females gave birth before the age of 18, like it was either in their ...
We definitely overpaid for that restaurant and decided to sample the plentiful cheap beers and bars in this town of 650,000 or so. They're gearing up to be a European Cultural Capital in 2016. Loads of EU money pours in to cities that win these awards. They choose a couple a year. Vilnius was chosen this year and things look spiffy, sidewalks are fixed, new trams and buses ordered, etc. It's probably a much better investment ...
... are new ones appearing all the time! They first appeared in 2001 as a symbol of the Orange Alternative Movement, a protest against the authoritarian communist regime. Now there are over 300 dotted around the city. We dashed back to the hostel to get some towels, and spent the afternoon relaxing in the park, in what is Poland's hottest city! That evening, I took full advantage of the hostels facilities and challenged, Luke, an Australian guy, to a couple of games of ...