OK so if mister Mikael Ryderstedt came again to Wrocław, I wouldn't be shy again and would show him the city!
I don't know how to play tennis and he seems to forget it too, so we wouldn't concentrate on courts, however I would show him Hala Ludowa (Marc Rosset says it's the best place ever to play a challenger) because it's a historical building and will be placed on UNESCO list soon, and the courts at Olympic Stadium because there's a lovely boulevard to walk
(when I was learning to summer exam period I took walks every evening!)
Then we can go to the cenre city where ar a lot of historical buildings and monuments, eg the main hall of my uni! And the most modern building, which is actually my faculty
Of course, in the market square there's the best (and the most expensive / small font) restaurant in the city so I guess comparing my scholarship and his latest tennis incomes I should pay the bills
The best place for shopping is Galeria Dominikanska... but I guess guys don't like shopping... even if the new collection has just arrived...
Early evening is the best time for my favourite route through the park and near Odra river (it would actually take about 3 hours haha...) If it's too long, then there's the biggest ZOO in Poland (actually on the opposite to Hala Ludowa so it's easier to go there in the morning)... and what people can do in the evening... :Scratch: have a cruise through Odra river on a little touristic ship for instance
To see the city in the lights
And at night of course there are differen clubs and discos opened.... and I just love to dance, hopefully he likes it too
4 a.m. in the morning - time to pack my Swedish friend to his train to the airport ... geez I've been to our railway station so many times in the dawn and love this atmoshpere
In general, if any of you would like to visit me, be sure I'll take good care of you and I just hope you like walking a lot