I started out to see the Animals, better than I did from the city tour.
Here's the rooster:
I found these animals introduced a visitor to a lane of artists' shops. I live now with my granddaughter in a quite small two-bedroom apartment and really can't have more "things." But oh yes! this will fit:
Walking out of the lane, I turned towards the rynek and went by a bookstore that had this in the window.
This guy amused me. A bit of cultural fusion. In Minnesota if the colors were purple and gold we would call it a Viking.
And then found an interesting street display. One of my overwhelming impressions of Wrocław starting with my taxi ride in from the airport is that this city is green.
This poster explains a public policy effort to change school grounds from gray to green.
This one presents information about magnolias that bloom here is the spring -- I thought it was warm here.
This one shows that neighbors went to together to establish a dahlia garden to soften the effect of the gray buildings in their neighborhood.
Supper on this evening produced another new view. I ate at a Georgian restaurant.
Above is the bread. It tasted a bit different than any I've ever had but I can't figure out why.
And here's my supper:
I like grilled pork shoulder very much, but who knew that dipping it into pomegranate sauce would make it even better!?!
And here's a lovely sunset view of buildings I see as I make my way back from the rynek to my hotel.