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... currency ! Pulled into the Novotel Hotel in Poznan at about 1700hrs and piled into the lift with about twenty others and none of us could work the lift, even the bus driver Aldo came to help and failed finally a Polish woman got in and flicked her card and off we went, all the way up to our floor she was giving us swipe lessons, we were swiping but obviously not holding our mouths the right way. We dumped our bags and then took off ...
... widzenia Poznan and Poland !!
The flight is uneventful and due to their adding a little time to the expected flight time we arrive slightly ahead of schedule to the sounds of more trumpets and self-congratulations.
Leaving the aircraft we walk what feels like miles to reach immigration where thousands of people are already queuing in a snake across the room. Things are actually moving quite quickly but it still seems to take an age as we seem to have ...
... reach a place called Plasnicka Rynek and decide to call it a day and tram back into town.
We leave the tram adjacent to the fruit and veg market we passed through yesterday and almost inevitably end up back in the old square with a beer in our hands. We sit for a while watching the world go by and it wasn't time wasted. A strange looking fellow walks past and sets up a small platform next to one of the fountains in the corner. He then proceeds to don a ...
... majority have no voice ?
A friendly beer turns into two and then a few large vodka shots start appearing and a quiet beer turns nasty. I am too old for this sort of thing but haven't even given a thought to what I am going to feel like in the morning. The bar is silly cheap and this doesn't help matters at all. Game results in a dull 0v0 and was generally two poor teams playing badly. We make a retreat about 23:30 and bumble our way back to the hotel which looks most welcoming. ...
... sound but this is Tuesday night Poznan-about 25 only. This felt super small in the massive space. The gig involved four acts, DG ambient set to star by one of the organisers Carolina, then local act-a political punk rock duo (vocal and bass) from-Siksa. Amazing vocal and energetic performance from lead singer. I was enamoured. Though told by our host for the night, later, it was a ...