Kadyny Folwark Hotel & Spa
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... 8217;ve already seen the rooms? I trudged back to the ticket office and FINALLY they had some guides. They’re actually included in the ticket price (which actually made me feel I was getting even more ripped off if I hadn’t gotten one) so I didn’t have to pay anything. With guide in hand (and ear) I once again breached the castle walls. NOW I was finally getting the information I wanted. I’ll combine details of what I saw of both tours of the ...
... human hands. It is huge and we walked around with our ipod guides. In 1280 the castle was hone to the Teutonic knights and later the King of Poland. We had lunch at the castle a medieval polish spit roast and Kate had a polish pancake which was delish! We took the train back to Gdansk and relaxed. OMG the castle was so big LOL Jack spit roast Kate ricotta filled pancake with apple and raspberries Steps 18,050 - 12.99 km ...
... neighbors on a number of occasions. Eventually they bit off more than they could chew and got beat into extinction by the Poles and Lithuanians.
They did however build some bad ass castles including the granddaddy of them all, the uber Gothic Malbork. This puppy is the largest castle in the world and exploring it was a really cool way to kill a ...
... day touring which is when we went to Westerplatte and learned about the 7 day battle was the day I rode a pirate ship! Yes a pirate ship! We found it the night we arrived but just joked around when saying we should ride it. It was very realistic. The guide operated it by steering the helm and of course there were cannons and a look out tower and just everything you would expect on a pirate ship. Food was served but I again didn't want to pay.
Later that day, we took a ...
... the ins and outs of the Jerba, and promise to recommend the camping to our friends. (This we do unreservedly. It is worth the fee for the showers alone, never mind the free canoe hire. The jury is out on the elk spotting, however.) Then, reluctantly, we hit the road again. Driving in Poland is always a surprise. Sometimes the roads are first class. Sometimes they are awful. Sometimes they are awful being upgraded to first class ...