Novotel Poznan Centrum
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Looks like a comfortable room. Quite glad to be here.
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It's been a while since I blogged; we have just finished a fantastic but very intense tour - nine countries in fourteen days and it's fair to say we are physically and mentally drained!! Early starts, long days and some interesting experiences at the Russian border crossings (both in and out of the country); more of that later …
... an old brewery building which has been converted into a shopping centre..OMG ! Our jaws dropped when we went inside.. They have every shop you can ever imagine inside ..just a shame I only changed €30 so I couldn't afford to even window shop. On our way back to the hotel we saw 3 brand new Ferrari's gosh they were nice too.. BMW's and Audi's are like Hyundai or Ford over here, they are everywhere . The people of Poland are doing ...
... for hours by now already.
Leaving the terminal our queuing is not over as there is also a queue waiting for the bus back to the long stay car parks.
Eventually we are back at the car making good use of the 'toilet' facilities in the trees before setting off. We had planned on having a short break after leaving the M25 but in the end we drive straight home arriving about 19:30, just in time to get something to eat before the 20:00 rugby kicks off.
... statue of an old geezer with a bike. Apparently not even a real chap but 'Old Marych' represent s a typical Poznan citizen; grumpy but decent. Not worth making an effort to go and see this but worth a quick look in passing its actually quite nice.
We started to walk back to the hotel then remembered that we had just bought tram tickets so made our first venture into navigating the network. Fortunately the tram we caught dropped us off directly outside ...
... We then make a conscious decision to drop from a half litre to a third of a litre glass size as it is still early.
I have decided that I need to try Polish food whilst I am here rather than the staple burger, steak, chips etc. I start off with something called 'zurek' which is a soup served in a large bread roll and comes highly recommended from other travellers reviews. It is a fatty soup, I guess containing pork and cabbage. It doesn't taste too bad but ...