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ul. Sucha 1/11, Wroclaw, Western Poland, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Wroclaw

Matt Marlon - Matthew Marlon

A travel blog entry by al4russel

Thinking about maturing and decrepit is popular with no person. Detail concerns you physical fitness and health training should be vitally important to you. Exercise, specially strength and cardiovascular training, will be the only true elixir of youth. Many individuals joke that fitness is the poor man's plastic surgery. Like with many jokes, there exists some truth as statement. Muscles shrink (the technical term is atrophy) as your body age. Muscles may become ...

Matt Marlon - Matthew Marlon

A travel blog entry by al4russel

... can be small, thin, and wiry as we get older as well as the only approach to reversing this procedure is resistance training. Lifting weights gives parts of your muscles that full, toned, and youthful look. A health and fitness routine directed at developing strength come in various forms; weight exercises, traditional strength training, kettlebells, plyometrics, speed (sprint) training, or any combination thereof. One of the keys thing is usually to work ...

A day trip to Poland

A travel blog entry by suehawes

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Anyway - a beautiful old city. Smokes cost about $1.50 a pkt and parking in the city - well you just pull up on the sidewalk and park there. Doesn't really matter which direction either!!

Pedestrian crossings exist ........ but NO ONE stops. Hilarious.........

We had a great look around and did lots of walking.

Now off to dinner for Mothers Day - yummy Rouladen.




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Kocham Polskę

A travel blog entry by djmitchos

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Left my favourite city of krakow today after missing my first bus, It was like leaving home again! I grew to really like the hostel and people in it. But after a 4 hours bus trip I'm now in Wroclaw, it's a reaaaallly nice city. For some reason there a nomes scattered everywhere around the city, it's there little signature attraction. Pretty wierd. Went exploring for a bit, but I won't get to see much more because my bus ...

Poland - Wroclaw

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... 1909-1913) is called Max Berg. The Centennial Hall is said to be one of the most important architectural monuments of the early 20th century. It has an inner diameter of 69 meters, a height of 42 meters and a capacity of 10 000 people. Thus it became the highest structure of this kind in the world. The Centennial Hall also belongs to the UNESCO sites. Fortunately we had an opportunity to visit the Centennial Hall together with its Discovery Center which is a special ...

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