I would also add the zoo to the list, if anybody travels with kids.
Is there something really special about the zoo? Not a big fan unless they have something rare.... like Chinese Pandas or the Lemurs that were in Montreal a couple of years ago...
I started collecting useful info on sightseeing opportunities.
As usual Pawian, I find your posts interesting! keep up the tradition!
Absolutely a must!
Aquapark - 99zl for the family.
Kids are 12/15. I am hoping to indoctrinate them with something a little more cultural / historic. I can splash them with a hose when I get home! ;-)
Hala Ludowa - wait until night, then you can watch the multimedia fountain too :)
Sounds like a nice way to cap off an evening...
Abram's Tower might be cool for the kids
The reviews sound good, but the żona's brother / sis in law are smokers, so I am wondering if they could butt out for a meal.....
I'm assuming you and your children are english speakers
he has a great wine selection if you're into that
OH TAAAK! :-)
If you are looking for nothing fancy,
The better half isn't sure about levels of accomodations. She mentioned in one breath that she would like to get a good night sleep the second night in PL, but then she found her way to websites for Hostels. I will have a better idea when she makes up my mind.
Tell us when you'll be in Wroclaw and we can go out for a beer
Looking like 30 and 31 of July... I will be sure to check back in later to see if anybody would like to gather (in the rynek?)
war tour of wroclaw you really need a few hours and no kids.
See, I'd love to do that, but the kids wouldn't likely be willing. Now if we let the wives and kiddies go one way and the wifes brother (golly how he loves history!), that might be an opportunity!
ostrow tumski: tumski bridge, the green bridge, a bridge for lovers. bring a padlock
Any TSA regulations against bringing padlocks on the plane? That would be a surprise for the better half....
zoo: oldest in Poland and in places it shows
Are there any llamas in this zoo?*ducks*
climb the steps to the top of the tower.
Wouldn't be Europe without a climb up some creaky tower!
i'd be happy to meet 'n' greet, if only to say hello.
I'd be happy to say hello back!
Anyone mention the Katyn memorial across the street from the museum?
That, I'd like to see...
edit: thanks to all for all the great suggestions!