Perla Jizery Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the GPS for my final destination for the day - Jelenia Gora, Poland. I arrived early than expected and had enjoyed driving through the autumn forests so much I took a further afternoon drive on a loop through the countryside to take in the natural beauty of the area. I settled in for a quiet night in my little caravan (and even smaller bed!) after a relaxing, enjoyable day of driving and ...
It took about 20 minutes to get our car, a small Nissan SUV. We had asked if this car had a big boot (trunk), and the Avis rep said it did, but it's not that much larger than the trunk in our little Volvo, but big enough.
Back to the hotel, and had to negotiate to get a spot in the front, but did it. Grabbed our bags, loaded the car and checked out. Mark drove out of Berlin, with the help of the GPS. The GPS on this car is ...
... walking and crossed the pedestrian bridge into Poland where we tried to work out the conversion of the Polish currency into Aussie dollars, then into Euros. Prices seem quite cheap as we'd heard. Might have to do a bit more shopping! Was quite a long walk back to the hotel and as usual we were pooped. We appreciated a rest and I enjoyed a Radler beer, mmmm could get quite used to these.
Later dinner at a nearby burger specialty bar - was good!
... her as she was also going to Görlitz. Long story short, Jessica was an accountant about to become a travel agent and we spend a wonderful time talking about our travels and getting tips from her. We stayed at a lovely boutique hotel "Der Romantik Tuckmacher", wandered through the city and ..... cemetaries trying to find any lead to no avail.
We did find ...
... smoky places is kind of nostalgic. People here are free to drink beer in the street and let off fireworks in the street on new years eve. These two actions would be very much looked down on in NZ (they'd also get you arrested).
It often feels like governments in our English speaking countries want to less for us but at the same time tell us more of what we should and shouldn't do. I am not commenting on ...