Kamionki

Address: Kamionki 38, Gizycko, Lake District, 11-500, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kamionki 38, Gizycko.
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Travel Blogs from Gizycko

Our most exciting day yet

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 18, 2014

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... concrete lock with a submarine in it. The guide had talked about the canal and lock but they didn't realise it still existed. We hotfooted it back to the hostel to do some research. Willow managed to find an arial photo of the lock. We had a really exciting journey as in the 12 miles there there were 6 sets of very long road works. You couldn't see the other end and as the temporary traffic lights were facing the sun it was really hard to see of ...

Terrified in Concrete

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 18, 2014

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... and Jill's rather delicious bottle of red.
But the hostel was clean, and you could buy bottles of beer from the grumpy security man in the evening. I enjoyed sitting in the foyer writing up my diary in the company of a troupe of Danish bikers. And best of all, the Wolf's Lair was rocked by an enormous thunderstorm. I like thunderstorms in evocative sites.
Our guide had alluded to strange and worrisome goings-on in the hostel, but we slept the night ...

Bumpy roads to Wolf's Lair

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 17, 2014

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Having gone to bed very late to make use of the beautiful room they than got up early to go to the Baltic Sea. The city is not right by the sea but there are lots of docks there as Gdansk has been a port for hundreds of years.
The roads were very quiet and we saw lots of cranes looking like herds of mechanical giraffe.
a cup of tea was had and Ed got lots of information from some very ...

Into the Heart of Darkness

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 17, 2014

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... the nineteenth century. I think my Good Lady Wife got a bit fed up as I droned on about Junkers and geographic shifts of territory; at the end of the Second World War, the Soviet Union granted this part of the German Empire to Poland. I think I spotted two old Junker houses one big, one little.
At last, we were presented with a flat, straight, smooth piece of road, so we were able to get a move on. Until we were stopped by the police in a speed trap. It appeared ...

Days 10 to 11: Mragowo

A travel blog entry by mikensoph on Aug 10, 2012

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... put paid to our hopes of kayaking the great Masurian lakes and the Krutynia route. Another time…

Instead we had a day and a half enjoying the wonders of Mragowo. We’ve agreed that the stand out feature was not the spectacular lakes, the sunbathing on the wooden decking, or even the fact that Mike’s beloved Chopin Vodka was served in the local bars – Nope, the highlight was cowboys! ...