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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....
... Russians, back to the Polish ...
Grappling with the several dynasties of ownership (are you struggling to remember? So were we) each one has left their mark on the city. Either through architecture, food, the style of beer to the general opinion everyone has about the city, and trust us - everyone had an opinion about Wroclaw and it’s history.
Owing to the frequent upheaval of this owner/occupied/owner status, one thing has emerged as ...
The benches on the ground floor are full of farm products, spices, drinks, even flowers. I trust that the majority of local vendors are probably not able to speak any other language other than Polish.
I did not find the upper floor though of much interest although there were a number of small boutiques selling clothes and souvenirs. This is one of the reasons I have no photos from the upper floor. ...
... to watch the construction workers progress. But highlight: they will no longer be able to see into my room.
Anyway, Wroclaw has been very nice and relaxing the last two weeks. I have been in my room most of the time making art because this week was finals for my first semester. I got full marks in all 5 classes except creative drawing because my teacher and I kind of bump heads. :) It is not my fault I am a strong willed person and was ...
... which was a circular canvas of 1800 square meters overall, 15 meters high and 120 meters around. In other words it was huge. It was painted to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Kosciusko Uprising, the only battle that the Pols won fighting the Russians - a very big deal! We ducked into a lot of churches, saw many universities that were public and free for students to attend, and practiced our Polish with the locals ...