Travel Blogs from Wroclaw
W czasie swoich rozlicznych poniekąd wojaży zaobserwowałam jedną prawidłowość - nieważne jak wcześnie zaczynamy przygotowania do wyjazdu i jak swietnie jesteśmy zorganizowani - spać idziemy zawsze po pierwszej nad ranem Jutro, a właściwie dziś rano wyruszamy na ...
I chat for a bit to the lady from San Francisco in my room (it's just the 2 of us in a four berth room) about her 4 month trip and, both tired, we switch out the light about 10.30. I sleep well and wake about 8 to see she is already up. I then notice someone in the bed by the door! How did they get there? I sit up and nearly yell in surprise to see another person in the bed closest to me! I then notice ...
We overslept in Boogie Hostel, which in my eyes was beautiful but a bit ******, but just because the service wasn't full. Probably the worst thing from all 'the bads' was that we didn't have light in the shower.. :D A bit strange feeling but can survive that too.
Next day My travel 'crew' and I met ex-erasmus-friend, who showed around the old town and took us on the roof of ...
... the oldest and tallest construction in the city of Wroclaw. The church was built in the 12th century and its tower is 91 m tall. Just two blocks from the church there is a famous street called Jatki. This street used to be filled with butchers' stalls and later this fact was reflected by putting several cast-iron farm animals.
One of our last stops was the corner with the Anonymous Pedestrians which is a memorial reminding tge introduction of the maritial law in Poland ...
Took time out to visit my mum, she was looking well and full of stories, it was good to catch up as I miss her.
Next down to the house in Wroclaw to see the boys. We had a family dinner then once they'd eaten disappeared to their computers and the virtual reality of the young. :(
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility