Mercure Mrongovia Resort & Spa
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... MANY photos were taken and kilometres walked! We stayed right at the site in a hotel that was once the barracks for Hitler's escort. For 2 night's accommodation, including breakfast, we paid £41, (240 Polish Zlotych) about AUS $90 - bargain!
As well as the ruins of the complex, there was a display of military vehicles that you could pay to go for a ride in. The area was busy with people the whole time we were there. Tour buses stopped at regular intervals ...
... about 45 minutes earlier we were very nearly there, but while Andrei and I discussed our options, Dimitri just laid back over his bags. I actually phoned my mate Roy, he would know, but just ended up laughing cos he's gone and bought a BMW bike, so he was no use either.
When we finally found the lair further along the road we had been on earlier, Dimitri finally gave us his advice. The sign did say 6km!
We came ...
... with the room. It's called a Homestay, and we would call it a B&B. Although the owner spoke little English, her daughter was available later to translate. Having explained about my diet, they must have gone out specially to buy the gluten free bread which arrived on our breakfast table this morning. Yesterday we walked along the edge of the lake, out of the town and into agricultural land. We saw a stork sitting on its nest. Today we had thought we would hire bikes, but decided ...
After a leisurely breakfast and a morning of writing they decided to go to a local park for families, with a weapon collection, models of castles, rides for little children and a tent with items from the Second World War. They were very interesting but the best bit was a huge model of Wolf's Lair. They found it really helpful to see how all the bunkers fitted together and what they looked like before they were blown up. Also in the tent was a model of ...
... supernatural jiggerey-pokery. Thankfully. Whatever else might be said about the weirdness of our accommodation, it was, as they say, cool to be here. We were only a few steps away from where Stauffenberg had attempted to blow up Hitler and we returned to the building for reflection and contemplation.
Stauffenberg intended to kill Hitler by attending the daily military briefing at the Wolf's Lair, and leaving a briefcase full of bomb in the room. Given ...