Bukowy Dworek Hotel
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Today I took a day trip to Eisenhüttenstadt, a city that was developed in 1951-1961 (as Stalinstadt) around the East German steel factory Eisenhüttenkombinat Ost. Now that the factory is gone, there is a definite sense of absence, like mill towns in Massachusetts where the mill has closed, or towns in Western New York where the local factory has shut. It is also noticeable that there is a ...
... peers his head out of this old control tower and started yelling at her in Polish. We had no idea what he was saying, but it was probably something along the lines of "get off the track". Emma tried to respond, but no luck.
The man came out of the building and tried to talk to us, but we couldn't understand each other.
(Side note: I'm Polish. My great grandmother is 100% and she and her husband, and my grandmother would speak it fluently in their house. ...
... explored a little bit, but there wasn't a whole lot to see. Then, we ate some traditional Polish pierogies. Yum! We caught a train back and had a drink at a river side bar in downtown Berlin. A storm rolled in so we headed to the Internet cafe in the train station and I got to face time with my mom and even see my Barnaby! It was a great ...
... We then walked to the square of the town and after trying to find some sort of redeeming feature, we resigned ourselves to the fact there was nothing really much to see here either. We returned to our hotel where we booked ourselves in for the evening meal.
We came down at 7.00 pm for the meal and were pleasantly surprised to have a very enjoyable, tasty and traditional Polish dinner. ...