Hotel Mazury

Address: Al Wojska Polskiego 56, Gizycko, Lake District, 11-500, Poland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Al Wojska Polskiego 56, Gizycko.
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    A travel blog entry by brian.fearnley3 on Jun 09, 2014

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    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 ...

    Our most exciting day yet

    A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 18, 2014

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    ... The sides were really steep so they want further hoping to find an easier way down. Near the end of the wall they managed to go down a path worn by other people.
    When they got down to the bottom the wall rose up above them out of the wood. It was a colossal structure. They made their way to the entrance and were not prepared for what they saw. A chamber open to the sky and one end extended up and up. They both felt over-awed in different ways. ...

    Terrified in Concrete

    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 18, 2014

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    We spent the night in the SS barracks at the Wolf's Lair. This was not as bad as it first sounds, since the old building has been converted into a hostel of questionable quality.
    The furniture in our room was was reminiscent of 1970s clip together stuff from Woolworths. The carpet was a patterned black, red and grey affair and horror of horrors, the sheets were poly-cotton, which particularly concerned my Good Lady Wife.The bathroom was ...

    Bumpy roads to Wolf's Lair

    A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 17, 2014

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    ... and thicker than Ed had imagined. They had about 10m of concrete above a single storey and the walls were 6m thick. They had a great time with the guide scrambling about the remains as it had been blown up by the Nazis when they left.
    I said I would tell you more about the man Stauffenberg who was shot in Berlin.

    He was an aristocratic officer in the army and a Nazi party supporter. ...

    Into the Heart of Darkness

    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 17, 2014

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    ... the nineteenth century. I think my Good Lady Wife got a bit fed up as I droned on about Junkers and geographic shifts of territory; at the end of the Second World War, the Soviet Union granted this part of the German Empire to Poland. I think I spotted two old Junker houses one big, one little.
    At last, we were presented with a flat, straight, smooth piece of road, so we were able to get a move on. Until we were stopped by the police in a speed trap. It appeared ...