Qubus Hotel Wroclaw
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... Maybe it will help me appreciate it more! I know it is my fault for not putting myself out there more and I truly hate people who take the martyr role in life but I joined a gym and instead found myself to be a player in a spectator sport. I have lost weight from eating less/molding my habits to healthier Polish habits with organic foods but since my role here is sedentary I don't feel healthy. Hopefully soon I will get my knowledge of the city and be able to ...
So if I'm being totally honest with you- my readers (friends and family) and myself I haven't been too busy to write I've been avoiding it. Summarizing the thoughts I have been having this past week and a half will be difficult. I allowed the doubt to seep in- see what people don't tell you about life changing adventures is that there are side effects. These side effects- mainly doubt, anxiety and lack of sleep can overtake your fun self. Skyping with my GORGEOUS ...
... a hot summer day. Since it was a nice day we decided to walk over to the islands. We found st johns cathedral which was filled with tour groups and a love bridge covered with padlocks, seems to be the done thing in any city with a bridge! The final island we walked across was last night referred to by our guide as 'Student Island' as apparently on summer nights all the students drink in the park there to avoid being caught by police. ...
... which is meant to hold everyone's food. Trying to get to sleep tonight though, what a mission! The other 2 rooms on our floor were filled with drunk Polish boys and girls. The boys were running around in their white Y-fronts. And both groups were slamming doors and jumping down from bunks which made the whole building shake. The staff did nothing! Oh, and in the morning it looked like someone had puked in the sink and peed on the floor. ...
... tower under the remnants of the old town hall. Much like the underground in Trento although we felt Tridentum was more cohesively presented. It was a very multimedia presentation, full of short movies, mock ups of gold worker houses and pathways over the old foundations of the previous cloth hall. We missed the dinner at the hostel, being distracted by a Mexican restaurant. The queusadillas were delicious and they didn't scrimp on the sour cream either! Back at the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility