Hotel Willa Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Zagan
2014 Sept. 6 - Saturday
The first part of my journey to Poland started out as planned. After checking out, I walked to the station and bought a Sub from one of the vendors there to have for lunch on the train. I checked my track no. and it was still listed as track 11, so I walked onto the platform and waited. About two minutes before departure, the sign board changed and indicated only a train number. I was a bit confused but asked one of the police ...
... make decisions. We had a snack of cream of garlic soup and an apple flammakachun. We headed to Augsburg and stayed at Hotel Augusta. It was cold and rainy when we got there. I went to get dinner at a Bavarian restaurant. By the time I got back Brandi was asleep. I had purchased two dinners and soup and almost all of it went to waste. Oh well. We slept ...
... horrible cold and promptly passed out. I believe I have an ear infection. A retail clerk at a purse store called a doctor. They could get me in but want 100 euro for the visit. We decided to wait. We went back to the room and Brandi fell asleep. She would wake briefly but felt unable to move. I toured the criminal museum by myself. I especially loved learning how pillories were set up in the town square. These were little cages they would lock people into and I could see where ...
Kayla: Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Spain, France, Czech Republic, United States, Greece, Turkey, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Italy, Vatican City, Denmark, Estonia, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Ireland, Croatia, Montenegro, ...
... a lovely tea-set and I bought some gifts and 4 coffee mugs for myself.
The whole town,it seems revolves around ceramics. There were huge tea pots ,jugs and bowls displayed all over the town. Quite amusing really.
This was another interesting outing, and I was so glad I went along. I just hope we get this pottery back to Australia unbroken!
There are so many little places to explore so close to Studniska, I could spend another 3 months just looking around here!