Dom Wroclawski Zagrodnicza

ul. Zagrodnicza 16, Wroclaw, Western Poland, 51-515, Poland | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Wroclaw

Wroclaw - a little known Gem

A travel blog entry by agbucks

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... amp; country planners should surely ask themselves why visitors all tend to gravitate to a town / city's oldest part when they visit a place.

* We also walk to the former Jewish quarter of Wroclaw.The streets are now filled with trendy restaurants.How times have changed. Only a discreet plaque indicates that in 1941-2 the residents were evicted & deported to concentration camps. Oh, and ...

A day trip to Poland

A travel blog entry by suehawes

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Anyway - a beautiful old city. Smokes cost about $1.50 a pkt and parking in the city - well you just pull up on the sidewalk and park there. Doesn't really matter which direction either!!

Pedestrian crossings exist ........ but NO ONE stops. Hilarious.........

We had a great look around and did lots of walking.

Now off to dinner for Mothers Day - yummy Rouladen.




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Kocham Polskę

A travel blog entry by djmitchos

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Left my favourite city of krakow today after missing my first bus, It was like leaving home again! I grew to really like the hostel and people in it. But after a 4 hours bus trip I'm now in Wroclaw, it's a reaaaallly nice city. For some reason there a nomes scattered everywhere around the city, it's there little signature attraction. Pretty wierd. Went exploring for a bit, but I won't get to see much more because my bus ...

Peeking behind the Iron Curtain

A travel blog entry by peteindira

... part of the world and we weren't interested in just doing a straight ride across without at least a few stops to get off the train and enjoy the former land from the behind the iron curtain. Late fall weather in Siberia can get quite mean and we're just not geared for that.

Recently we've been chatting about going into Ukraine next. This would entail spending some time in western Ukraine as we make ...

Nie dziekuje

A travel blog entry by peteindira

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We have been enjoying more polish hospitality upon our arrival in Wroclaw. Peter's grandmother is like any grandmother, thoughtfully, generous and very concerned about the temperature of our feet. Slippers are hidden behind every nook and cranny and grandmother is right there like a slipper ninja ready to strike.

After a few days at grandmother's house my Polish vocabulary was exhausted quickly. Nie dziekuje is still ...

 

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