Hotel Marysin Dwor
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... rumpty but when you look closely the stair rail is beautifully turned, it’s a tight corner in each flight and even though steep they are well made.
Also I keep seeing lots of signs around advertising something like Stomatologie – I thought it must be something to do with a gastroenterologist or colorectal specialist (I work for a colorectal surgeon) but no, I googled it and found out it was a ...
... 8217;s marriage service two years ago, it was held after the main Mass and the priest seemed very nice though it was all in Polish of course. There is a big statue of Pope John Paul II (still very much revered in Poland) beside the font – guess who photo-bombed the priest?
There was only a small group of us: Monica (Justyna’s sister) and Darek were godparents with Jen as an unofficial godmother; ...
... he says you just get used to it and don’t really notice it. Which is probably true. Anyway, these few last gasp days of summer in Poland have been unusual Andy says. We walked to the centre of town which is only about ten minutes away, then after getting maps at the information centre we walked for about 15-20 minutes to the new Silesia museum to meet Andy and Justyna. It has been open for just three months and is very impressive, built into the hillside ...
... pope. There were nice flowers and the pew ends were decorated with bows, they had organ music including the wedding march. After the ceremony it’s traditional for flower petals and small coins to be thrown, and the coins have to be picked up so we all helped.
Afterwards Justyna’s friend Tomas had catered for 14 plus three kids and there was enough for a small army. We had chicken, ...
... see so many broken bottles on the floor of the plant, what a mess, but the guide said that with the volume bottled it was only a tiny percentage. Their bottles are 90% washed and recycled, only 10% new from the manufacturers.
They have more than 100 tanks, each holding about 500,000 litres so that would take a bit of drinking. In the old days they had family buildings, there was a really lovely building which was ...