Radisson Blu Hotel, Wroclaw
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For the last couple of weeks we've been working on figuring out how to move on from Poland. We know that China is our next major destination and we have go to hit Hong Kong first to arrange our visas.
The challenge was to determine what to do between Poland and Hong Kong though. We have given up on our initial plan to cross Russia via the Trans Siberian railway due to timing. The weather is getting ****** ...
... top favourites along with just dziekuje. Tak and Nie go a long way and simple sign language has helped tremendously.
Even though my mother tongue is a slavic language and shares many similarities with Polish I find it very difficult to try to sound out anything correctly. For example the word for "fresh" in Bosnian is svježe and in Polish it is świeżo... a very similar word however the Poles like ...
This morning we were headed north towards a town called Poznan as one of Logan's friends comes from there and he happens to be home visiting. It was too far to drive in one day so we stopped at a small camp site on the outskirts of town. It was in fact someone's back garden, it was even on a residential street! It didn't really matter as we arrived fairly late and the weather as ...
... was a fun night spent mostly chatting away to polish locals and a few travelers. The next morning we went back to the town square for a walking tour. It was freezing and raining so Beth bought a coffee and I bought an umbrella in an attempt to stay warm and dry. The walking tour was interesting and Wroclaw is a very charming city but it was so cold we had to take an unscheduled coffee break for us foreigners to defrost. After the tour, we went to ...
... At that time we still had more than 2,5 hours left before meeting Gonzalo's friend Karolina so we decided to visit a few more monuments. First of all, we went to Raclawice Panorama which was unfortunately closed so we had to come back the next day. Then we started walking to the famous Wroclaw University of which main building is situated in the old town. The university itself has quite an interesting history since it was founded already in 1670 by the Jesuits. Since the start in ...
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