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... Michal Martyniuk,Sam, James, Willy, Kabak (Thanks guys for all the music and good vibes, kite sessions, helping with work, letting us stay at your place and of course for brownies...;])
*Bobbie&Julia (Thank you for sharing with us a great summer holiday in a beautiful place -Piha)
*Colin (Thank you for letting us stay ...
... and museum although given the next steam hauled service is in late March there was no smell of coal smoke drifting through the air at the roundhouse.
My first visit to Wolsztyn all those years ago saw us stopping at the Kaukaska, a simple but clean hotel about ten minutes walk from the station. On this trip we chose to stay there again for just £30.00 a night including a simple continental breakfast. Not a huge amout has changed either other than ...
... east, there was an abundance of mid 20th century boxy Soviet-era housing and office buildings. Of course the Berliners had now painted many of them with bright colors. The modern high rises were fewer, but there were plenty of cranes in the sky. Unlike previous trains, this first class car was 6 seats (3 facing 3), where myself and man appearing to be around 60 sat. We talked quite a bit. He was a retired German foreign ...
... prosecution of one of the perpetrators of that atrocity are quite interesting.
The museum displays are all in one room on the second floor but very nicely organized. They’ve spent a lot of time and effort to create interesting displays showing various artifacts from the camp (some of which were obtained by Archeologists and have been buried for many years). There’s an excellent model of the north camp showing what it looked like at the time ...
... Republic. We were supposed to be on the train headed to the Czech Republic, but instead, we woke up in Poland. I was trying remain calm and process what to do. Meanwhile, Emma is freaking out because she didn't have any of her possessions with her. No wallet, no passport, no way to get in contact with anyone, no shoes. Thank goodness I brought my purse with me, even after Emma questioned me for using it as a pillow.
She and I tried to explain to the conductor ...