Cesarski Pokoje I Apartamenty
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... for over 80 buildings and bunkers that were constructed here between 1940 and 1944. The depth of concrete used for the ceilings and walls of the bunkers depended on the importance of the people who were to live and work inside. Needless to say, Hitler's main bunker had the most fortified walls and ceilings and even had trees planted on the roof to help keep it hidden. All the shelters were only one storey high with ventilation, sewerage and water supply systems as well ...
... getting really wet, Andrei got off to inspect the track, and came back with his usual stupid grin and a thumbs up.
The track got worse, nearly dropped the bike, but did in the end survive. At the end of that part of the journey our sat navs didn't have a clue where we were and were sending us all over the place.
They went one way mine said another, in the end we chose mine, and finally crossed into Poland.
Dimitri, just for ...
... our first swallows of the year. We followed a path alongside the lake which then turned inland into woodland. There were swampy bits in the woodland and we saw great crested newts and some small toads. Exhausted this evening after a full day of walking, but feeling lucky with the weather. We had a couple of hail showers this morning, but otherwise it's been dry, and often warm and sunny. Off to Suwalki on an early bus in the morning, and then planning to cross into Lithuania on ...
Shortish ride her yesterday,through pine forests,and very quite roads,it was stunningly beautiful. 270 miles,arriving at our gorgeous hotel,all marble reception,very plush,private parking for bike, Our room had its own private balcony. Last nights meal with wine and beer cost about £7.00. We are travelling into Lithuania ...
After a leisurely breakfast and a morning of writing they decided to go to a local park for families, with a weapon collection, models of castles, rides for little children and a tent with items from the Second World War. They were very interesting but the best bit was a huge model of Wolf's Lair. They found it really helpful to see how all the bunkers fitted together and what they looked like before they were blown up. Also in the tent was a model of ...