The Attaché had to return to work and my parents and I drove from Prague east to Wroclaw, Poland. The drive was about 5 hours direct, but we took a winding path, exploring the Cezcy Raj region in the rural eastern part of the Czech Republic. The scenery was pleasant: a high plateau with rolling hills and green fields. We stopped at a few castles on the way, and spent the night at Teplice Rocks National Park in the Broumov Highlands. Teplice Rocks is a natural wonder, with massive rock formations beside wide, open fields. Crossing the border into Poland, the scenery was less spectacular, but we found Wroclaw a pleasant surprise in Poland. It has a pristine old town square, and dozens of bridges over the Odra River.