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Our main purpose today was to visit Hitler's Hideaway - The Wolfs Lair, so we headed off on a very pretty drive around lakes and with large trees lining the very narrow roads. About a half an hour from Gizycko you turn off into a remote forested area which hides this historic site. It costs 40 zloty for 2 people and a car and is well worth the price. The site covers quite a large area hidden in the ...
... Belarus on the other. Exchanged euros for zloty and continued towards Gizycko on ever narrowing roads. Pretty countryside with tall trees lining the sides of the road then lakes and finally our hotel. We walked around the lakeside town for a while with an ice cream and finally made a dash back to the hotel as the rain started. Had a very nice meal in the hotel dining ...
... on board went off with their guides to tour the remains of the complex. The camping area contained many campervans and tents as well. A constant flow of people came and went from the only restaurant on the site. We were amazed by the number of people visiting from all over he world.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and Greg was in 7th heaven the whole time he was here as it is another site on his military history travel list that he has been able to visit.
... conclusion it really was a secret HQ, missed dinner, but got in our rooms.
We got a beer, had some sandwiches the boys made, and settled down to visit the site in the morning.
Now for any of you that find this interesting I will ad the sat nav co ordinates, so you can find this.
Its a strange place,
We got up for breakfast, which was like dinner last night, just not as good then off we went.
We explored ...
... we most wanted to see, a UNESCO site with lots of birds, was close enough to do on foot. We're glad we decided that, as we'd have not seen so many birds from bikes, not to mention the mixture of cobbles and sand we'd have ended up cycling over. The lake has lots of reeds at the edges, but they have observation towers, from which we could see that the large flocks of mute swans were on the other side, out of the wind. However we did see some great birds including marsh ...