Spending the day wandering around Wroclaw is just fun. There are so many interesting things to do and see.
Even the little things like cobblestone streets fascinated my kids. Getting to see everything with family, some of which even speak English just made it even more special.
We have no local (i.e. on the continent) cousins, so getting to meet so many in one trip was great.
We always try for the perfect family photo in front of monuments. They usually look more like this. haha
The fountain behind us does shows set to music with lights and water. This photo was taken just after both kids hit their heads. We were going through a turnstile to the bathroom. They didn't realize it would come up behind them once they pushed the front down. Sweet son did it first and while we both went to tend to him, sweet daughter did the exact same thing. Some days you just can't win.
I'm not really sure why they were there, but we found people dressed in traditional style clothing so we stopped to take our photo with them.
In the town square they were having some type of program. It was about Earth Day or recycling or something along those lines. There were hundreds of elementary aged kids singing, dancing, performing skits, and having costume contests. The organizers were nice enough to give our kids balloons along with those who were supposed to be there. Anyone who knows sweet son, knows about his love for music. He wanted the day to stop right here. He was upset that we couldn't just stay and listen to the music and singing for the rest of the day. We spent a lot of time watching and listening to the performances.
Here we are all posing on farm animal statues. We traded and took many photos on these animals.
Another switch - though sweet daughter stayed on the pig since it's pink like her.
(You can see another school group going by on the side.)