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At 12:30 this morning we were awakened with a very loud alarm.. I thought it was a police, ambulance or fire truck. Buuuuuttttt it was the hotels fire alarm. It wouldn't stop. I finally got dressed and went out to see if anyone was at the desk. Poor gal was on the phone with someone and at the control box trying to get it stopped. No fire so we were safe. Kids opened their eyes a bit and went back to sleep. ...
... some kind. All was good but even after wasting time sitting in the cafe we still had 2 hours. We found a bench at the platform and waited there. On the train we were first class and sat in the same compartment with a college student from Poland who was very smart but also did not stop talking the whole 3 hours on the train. It was nice to listen but really hard to read my book. We got to Poznan ...
Today we took a train to Poznan Poland in 1st class. It is very dirty and there is lots or graffiti on the walls. The people are lots more friendly and welcoming then all the other cities have been. I M excited for tomorrow because we get to go to wloclawek poland and see are family that I have never met in my hole life. This will be the 70th anniversary for seeing them. Also I get to see my dad tomorrow and then the next day we get to see ...
... Our train was a Polish Train a far cry from the German ICE or the Thalis which we had previously caught. It was manned by German staff to the border and Polish staff from then on. As it was not classed as a regional train (believe me we where living it up) there were only six seats in each of the old fashioned compartments and the loos were OK after a quick wipe with our trusty Tesco Anti-bacterial wipes that made it all the ...
... wear her backpack instead but was struggling to get comfortable. We made a few stops and headed towards the lake. We stayed there for an hour and walked through the park. We then headed back to the train station. We saw 3-4 people with weak knees and walking awkwardly. Nadzha said that its polio. She was quite surprised because she had assumed it was pretty much extinct. The polish people we saw were taller than ...
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