Hotel Pod Lwem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... This will be our open plan kitchen. We will unload the 2 wheelers and use them to explore the surrounds.
Our route is flexible to say the least. We have a few set pieces
to give us some direction and a time frame. First off – we head for Turkey (to be there July 2015) via Łódż to collect some vital equipment, then Hungary, Croatia and on
down the Adriatic coast to N Greece.
... us, the motorbike and bicycles. We look forward to finding and then purchasing goods in different markets across Europe. However, I’ll miss the stoic fresh produce vendors of 'Manhattan’ market who have enriched my life by teaching me some Polish, encouraging me to speak some and giving me instructions on soup making! I do so hope that these traditional vendors can endure despite the invasions of supermarkets and clothing ...
... and the entire senior command would be meeting in this room at a certain time of day and if they fire their cannons, they could cripple the entire command structure. Of course medieval cannon weren’t known for pinpoint accuracy. So instead of taking out the supporting column in the room, the ball missed and lodged itself in the wall to be seen today. Tests on the plaster around the ball returned a date of the 14th century, lending credence to this ...
We had breakfast in a cafe in the town square before catching the train to the town of Malbork which took 45 minutes. Lucky dad can speak Polish the polish train stations are very confusing. The train was like the Harry Potter train with your own cabin. The train travelled through fields and small towns. Malbork castle is the largest gothic castle in the world with 21 hectares of buildings - the largest brick structure ...
A thousand years ago the Teutonic knights were born out of the crusades. At first they were responsible for spreading the Catholic doctrine via good old fashioned violence and just generally keeping the evil pagan barbarians at bay. Eventually they got bored with this and decided to snatch up some land.
As time went on they got belligerent and tussled ...