Radisson Blu Hotel, Wroclaw
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... to stay with my lovely aunt uncle and cousins and raided their kitchen often (sorry!) I wondered aimlessly in Jerusalem and did a little teul to the Golan with my consoling knee partner in crime, till I met up with my dear brother and the other person I owe my existence to. we did a little teul (trip) to Haifa and tel aviv, celebrated lag bohomar and Jerusalem day, had shabbat with Mennonites, and played some very intense games of loot, ...
... university town and the population includes a large number of students. North of the main square lies a series of river islands giving it the nickname of Poland's Venice, on which sit cathedrals and churches aplenty but also a 'Student Island' where I wandered around - sitting with a coffee for a while on one of the floating cafes. Lots of students in groups (young men or women but none mixed, interestingly) listening to heavy metal or ...
... in WWII and later rebuilt in
exact replica. After purchasing a selfie-stick (after mercilessly ridiculing
these, we have had to give in and buy one to help our terrible self-photography
skills), we head to nearby Bautzen to a stopover with water. To test our theory
that Ruby’s shower does not work when brimming, we fill the tank ¾ and rejoice
when the shower works. The rejoicing, as always, however, is short-lived when
the water-heater refuses to ...
... so its still hard to communicate. Plus JET LAG is a real thing so today (Wednesday) is the first day I have really felt like myself. After orientation I we all went to the mall and i got a converter (its the little things in life) and then had lunch by myself to use wifi then came back and was asleep by 5pm. I know so unlike me. jet lag.
Tuesday I met my new dorm friends Kristina (from Slovenia) and Tetiana (Ukraine) and we walked to the city center which is just ...
... really connect to a song, is to connect where words cannot really go. Music can be for any mood. To relax, to release anger, to fall in love, to cry or what have you but to fully describe the words that you feel does not give music any justice. Even as I am writing this entry, I'm finding my lack of description of music daunting because I cannot give my favorite songs full credit.
As we finished the lesson with making our own beat as a group, I felt ...