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Took the 3+ hour bus trip from Krakow to Wroclaw. Was truly amazed by the beauty of the Market Square. Enjoyed a couple of days wandering around the city and absorbing the sites.
Now let's see if you can pronounce the city's name....
... 120,000 students (in comparison Berlin has about 150,000) so there’s a raging nightlife that gives rise to many cheap and nasty hens/bucks nights. With such a huge mass of students, there is a sort of radicalisation of the city with their new age phenomenas - street art, craft markets, openly gay couples and cold drip coffee.
On our last night we made the trek to Wroclaw's Centennial Hall to see the Multimedia Fountain. In doing so ...
... that night and the restaurant on the ship across the hotel was closed.
From a glimpse I had at the restaurant by the reception before going out that night I noticed that it was packed, a bit dim out there ….not my piece of cake anyway. Two ladies I met outside by the entrance who were staying in the hotel too and had both breakfast one morning and dinner the previous evening, claimed that they paid 40zloty each for breakfast ...
When I woke up, I decided that because this place was so nice and quiet and my image of Berlin was busy and stressful, I was going to make a few changes and stay in Wroclaw one more night. I knew that it may cost a bit extra but with food prices so cheap, overall it should balance out. However, it was going to cost an extra $70 so I sadly accepted it wasn't going to happen. I had been chatting to Lauren about t who was leaving for Berlin today and she ...
... s town & country planners should surely question why visitors all tend to gravitate to a town / city's oldest part for leisure and relaxation.
* We also walk to the former Jewish quarter of Wroclaw.The streets are now filled with trendy restaurants.How times have changed. Only a discreet plaque indicates that in 1941-2 the residents were evicted & deported to concentration camps. Oh, and an ...