Hotel Zamek

Address: Moniuszki 1, Gizycko, Lake District, 11-500, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Moniuszki 1, Gizycko.
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Travel Blogs from Gizycko


A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 21, 2015

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... we might find somewhere interesting for dinner. But didn't so checked out trip advisor and head to a Taverna by the river where we got very good food and beer. An easy 700 meter walk from the hotel. Had a very nice simple Polish meal of crumbed pork, spiced cabbage and chips. Should have been boiled potatoes but they had run out. We seem to always be last in for dinner in these regions where folks eat ...

Vilnius to Gizycko, Poland

A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 20, 2015

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After leaving Vilnius we drove on the nice quiet Sunday morning roads to Trakai to see the beautiful fairy tale castle. It sits on an island which can be accessed by a walking bridge. All extremely picturesque but already bus loads arriving so we moved on after a short stop to Kaunas. Unsure what to expect so headed for the old town but no matter how hard we tried we ...

Wolf's Lair - Wolfsschanze

A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Aug 20, 2015

4 comments, 26 photos

... like bricks, wood and metal fittings were used by the local population. Minefields surrounding the quarters took 10 years to clear - until 1955. 55 000 mines of various types were removed by Polish sappers.

The Wolf's lair is now an historical museum - out in the open - where you can visit the remains of the buildings. We spent the day having a guided tour of the site and then re-visiting several of the bunkers and also some areas that were not included in ...

Wolf's Lair, its a secret camp you know

A travel blog entry by woggley on Jul 30, 2015

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... was hungry so we stopped just over the border for lunch.
Now after lunch we had to find a secret HQ. HHCIB?
Well it turns out harder than you might think.
Our sat navs started fighting again, we were zooming in on maps, went down dead ends, got quite close at one point, then turned away.
It was when Andrei's sat nav said more off road, it was getting dark, that we pinpointed as best we could exactly where it ...

The Lake District

A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Apr 18, 2015

4 comments, 8 photos

... we most wanted to see, a UNESCO site with lots of birds, was close enough to do on foot. We're glad we decided that, as we'd have not seen so many birds from bikes, not to mention the mixture of cobbles and sand we'd have ended up cycling over. The lake has lots of reeds at the edges, but they have observation towers, from which we could see that the large flocks of mute swans were on the other side, out of the wind. However we did see some great birds including marsh ...