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Travel Blogs from Wroclaw
Wroclaw (pronounced Rotswaf), is the largest city in western Poland. It is situated on the River Odra (Oder). At various times in history, it has been part of the Kingdom of Poland, Bohemia, Hungary, the Austrian Empire, Prussia, and Germany. It became part of Poland in 1945, as a result of the border changes after the Second World War.
The Market Square, Wrocław is ...
Did these fools not just see what I saw? Did they not smell what I smelt? Seriously, being optimistic is all good, but you have to be rational too? Right?
Well after a lot of discussion, I reluctantly agreed to let this unfold and play out.
I am not going to say I was pleasantly compliant in my agreement. Let’s just say that I was a bit more like a frantic ***** nagging at all three of them to see it my way!
We pulled ...
... from trying to escape, although many decided to kill themselves on the electric wire than face the gas chambers. Birkenau Walking into Birkenau was almost surreal as the entrance building is immediately recognisable from movies and pictures I have seen. You were able to see only a few of the wooden barracks still standing on the men's side and were able to see where the others used to be by the brick chimneys that ...
believe it or not!). Legnice was marked on our Europe map as having a
historical cityscape, but after a very brief drive-through we can see it is run
down and so we don’t hang about. We find a motorway stopover just outside of
Wroclaw, and after a Skype session with family, settle in for dinner, showers
and a lazy morning.
Late on Easter Monday we drive the last remaining miles to Wroclaw, accidentally
drive up a road we are not ...
... ten minutes to the cabin. It was set on ski resort but there was no snow yet. We had an authentic Polish dinner cooked for us which was basically tomato soup over rice like pasta and then perogies. We then did presentations of our work. 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide. It was very cool to see everyones work. There is some pretty impressive stuff. I know I will learn a lot from people here. I was the first asleep (9pm jet lag) and when we work up we had breakfast made for us. Eggs ...