Quality System Hotel Wroclaw
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Wroclaw
... for Poland and Breslau, now named Wroclaw, became part of Poland, but the eastern part of Poland was handed over to the Soviets. The citizens in the eastern part of Poland were transplanted to the west and placed in the houses abandoned by the fleeing Germans as well as placed in Wroclaw. So, unlike Poznan, Wroclaw and it's people have little history of being Polish from that part of the country. Our tour lasted 4 hours, but went ...
... Kurna Chata known for its good traditional Polish dishes. Before leaving for our vacation I was somewhat a bit apprehensive about Polish cooking. Polish cooking in my experience is heavy and greasy. I am glad to discover that is not the case in Poland. I know Sue would love the food here, but Tom and Pidge would be sissies and would stick to the hamburger deluxe menus. Another good thing about the meals here, as well as everything else in Poland, ...
... spending the next few hours with them. We climbed the tower at the cathedral (probably the highest point in the city) from which we had a fabulous view of Wroclaw, strolled along the river and finally ended up having a long boozy lunch in the square. Amazingly after taking for some time it emerged that they know a friend of mine from my University days who also came from Sale. It really is a small small world! Tired, we returned to our Hotel for a well earned rest. Tomorrow Czestochowa ...
A long journey by car through some very pretty countryside brought us to Wroclaw and what a treasure it is! In desperate need of a walk we set off for the town square. Wow! So elegant, so vibrant and being enjoyed by so many. Buskers, artist, locals and off course tourists. Stopped in at the cathedral( Alan very concerned ...
By the way, Wroclaw become only part of Poland after WW 2, before it belonged to Germany. Wroclaw was called Breslau. Despite never having been there, I heard a lot about. My mother grew up in this district. In 1946 all people living there were put into cattel wagons, and moved away. My mother finally found a way to Switzerland, and the rest is history.
Most poles who live there now were settled ...