Travel Blogs from Wroclaw
Saturday 31 May Our first afternoon in Wrocklaw we headed into the town square. It was full of people milling around and looking at the travel show stands around the town hall. We listened to a rock band for a while and to a brass band that was doing a dance, music routine. Walked around the cobble stone streets finding a place for dinner. Don't …
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 ...
... stuff everywhere and try to recall if I did hear them come in after all. Nope.
I meet the American in the breakfast room and explain my surprised reaction to the arrival of our room-mates. She then explains that we had locked the door, had the only 2 keys in the place and the receptionist had needed to bang on the door to get access. I am amazed that I didn't hear anything and once again thank my earplugs for doing ...
... this was totally beautiful and I was amazed. And weather was fantastic :). We also went to a brewery, tried various beers, mine was caramel which was.. nice but weird, for once was oke!
And the thing I should mention that Wroclaw is amazing with all those little dwarfs around the town, and you just walk around looking for them. Felt like not a real city but was amazing :)
... 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 ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking