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Alongside me in the queue for the 19:05 bus from Berlin Hbf to Szeczin for phase 18.7 (b) of the journey to Warsaw is James. He's on the way from his home in Münster to teach English for a week in the Polish hills. I find out that like me he's into his amateur dramatics as we await the arrival of the 22:00 sleeper train at the train station later. My ream of fudged-together 'tickets' ...
... we headed for a nearby Indian restaurant offering a discount because we had flown with Wizzair. The food was plentiful, tasty and the bill came to less than £20.00 and, had we known, just one portion of poppadoms would have sufficed as we ended with with twelve to share between us!
Our walk around the city took in a couple of the old city gates, the very modern GK shopping centre, the Pomeranian Dukes Castle (now a ...
... Szczecin. The city was originally in German territory and called 'Stettin', but after WW2 it was given to Poland, who in turn changed the city name to something completely unpronounceable.
Lunch followed at a local cafe tucked away in a back alley. Marcin said it had the best Perogies in the city, so in we went. I ordered potato, meat and mushroom stuffed perogies, with a side of beet root soup. I have to say Polish cuisine has a ...
... than I thought it would. After several cups of nuclear strength coffee, I went outside to sit in the sun with the locals and met a group of nomads passing through that morning which consisted of several eccentric Berliners and one American from Nevada named Karl. He's an electrician and friends with Peter, who is trying to recruit him to stay at the Schloss for awhile to help with ...
Another RE train ride took us to Chorin - the site of a ruined monastery which you can walk along a clearly marked trail from the station through some woods to get to. Again, very pretty location where, during the summer, you can attend concerts. Now tell me that a monastery isn't a great place for that :)