Hotel Willa Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- 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 ...
Brandi and I readied in the morning and went down to breakfast at 08:00 to find Michael waiting to see me. He only stayed about 5 minutes but wanted me to have his business card. After breakfast, Brandi and I walked around town on a picture-taking mission. I showed her the sights from the Night Watchman tour. We attempted to buy souvenirs but were ...
... consisted of Count Wolfgang of Hohenlohe, his wife, and 14 children. Count Carl Ludwig inhabited the castle in 1674 and stayed for over 50 years. It is easy to picture life during those eras. The moat is now a grassy area but the bridge and stable still exist. We made it to Rothenburg by noon. We are staying at Hotel Spitzweg, room 24. There was confusion when we got here as they could not find our room. They served us tea in their dining room until it was sorted out. The ...
Cory and Aimee: United States, Jamaica, Mexico, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Spain, France, Czech Republic, Greece, Turkey, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Italy, Vatican City, Denmark, Estonia, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Ireland, ...
Gary told us about Bolesławieca, a town about 45 min drive north, famous for its Polish Pottery.
The geography lends itself to ceramic work as the area is rich in natural clay deposits; the clay is still excavated today.The clay is plentiful and of extremely high quality. It has a high feldspar and silicon content, and is classified as stoneware after firing. It is fired at extremely high temperatures around 1100-1300 degrees Celsius. The clay is brown to grey in color, ...