Campanile - Poznan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... an old brewery building which has been converted into a shopping centre..OMG ! Our jaws dropped when we went inside.. They have every shop you can ever imagine inside ..just a shame I only changed €30 so I couldn't afford to even window shop. On our way back to the hotel we saw 3 brand new Ferrari's gosh they were nice too.. BMW's and Audi's are like Hyundai or Ford over here, they are everywhere . The people of Poland are doing ...
... for hours by now already.
Leaving the terminal our queuing is not over as there is also a queue waiting for the bus back to the long stay car parks.
Eventually we are back at the car making good use of the 'toilet' facilities in the trees before setting off. We had planned on having a short break after leaving the M25 but in the end we drive straight home arriving about 19:30, just in time to get something to eat before the 20:00 rugby kicks off.
Awake at about 06:30 but that is using the term 'awake' in its loosest sense. It looks like being another beautiful day outside but its going to take a big effort to get out there and enjoy it.
Downstairs for breakfast thinking (hoping) that food and coffee would help. Buffet breakfast has a great choice and after a desperate coffee I venture into fried food territory. Following up, with a number of additional coffees, croissants etc and I think I may even feel ...
... after being bombed level during WW2. With the exception of a couple of concrete monstrosities in the centre which need bombing again, the square is beautiful. The old merchant houses are all painted in bright colours with high gabled fronts and with bars and restaurants all around the sides of the square I can imagine we will be spending quite a bit of time here over the next few days.
We stop into the Tourist Information office but they seem to be a bit short ...
... sound but this is Tuesday night Poznan-about 25 only. This felt super small in the massive space. The gig involved four acts, DG ambient set to star by one of the organisers Carolina, then local act-a political punk rock duo (vocal and bass) from-Siksa. Amazing vocal and energetic performance from lead singer. I was enamoured. Though told by our host for the night, later, it was a ...