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

Peeking behind the Iron Curtain

A travel blog entry by peteindira

... part of the world and we weren't interested in just doing a straight ride across without at least a few stops to get off the train and enjoy the former land from the behind the iron curtain. Late fall weather in Siberia can get quite mean and we're just not geared for that.

Recently we've been chatting about going into Ukraine next. This would entail spending some time in western Ukraine as we make ...

Nie dziekuje

A travel blog entry by peteindira


... at his grandmother's community garden while Pete helped out by doing some good old digging. The gardens now are preparing for the winter and will be deserted until the spring.

Wroclaw has an amazing amount of community gardens sprinkled all across the city. They are beautiful specks of green in a concrete jungle however some developers want to see them gone and be replaced by new condo developments. I truly ...

Some blankets and a heater!!

A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan

... we weren't going anywhere. On our way to the camp site we did however pass a big outdoor shopping mall place, which housed an Ikea and a B & Q type place. So we purchased a heater and a blanket, now we're ready for the colder weather. It's funny because it doesn't seem that long ago since we were complaining of 40 degree heat, now look at us!! Oh, how quickly things change...

Wroclaw, Monday 16th - Wednesday 18th

A travel blog entry by rach8891

After breakfast & checkout, we parted ways with our buddy Luke. He gave us a parting gift of Ritter chocolate which he had made at the Ritter Store. We were delighted to say the least! From Ostbahnhof station, we took two trains from Berlin to Wroclaw, in Poland. It took us 5.5 hours go get there and about 24 hours to learn how to pronounce the towns name (frots-suave, apparently). Everyone says it slightly differently. It was rainy and cold ...

Poland - Wroclaw

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


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Then we started walking back to the city center, having lunch at Pizza Hut...yeah, I know...sooo Polish ;) Our next stop was supposed to be Ostrow Tumski. It's literally a place where the city began. A few centuries ago it was a little town by itself and later the first bridges were constructed and the original small settlement started to spread beyond the river banks. We could admire several huge cathedrals over there - Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, The Church of ...

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