Palac i Folwark Galiny
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... to the apartment. It was just as well she did meet me as I doubt I would've been able to find it myself. It is on the top floor...actually its the attic...of an apartment block just off the main street in the town. A very nice apartment and for the first time in 3 weeks I won't be sleeping in a single bed (bunk or otherwise!).
After taking in my digs for the next couple of days, I went out to explore the town. ...
... red of green. The roads were high up with very steep drops each side so no room for error. We came to the place Willow thought the track might be and there it was. We bumped down as far as we could then parked me in a dip on a corner. They went on up a track on foot. It came out on the edge of a field so they carried on with what looked like a canal on their left. After not too long the saw a huge concrete wall rising out of the cutting that had been ...
... 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 ...
Back for a delightful breakfast then on a long journey on small roads to Wolf's Lair, Hitler's war time HQ in the East.
We saw lots of beautiful countryside, not unlike Northamptonshire. The roads were very bumpy and narrow. Ed really seemed to enjoy it.
We had a date with a lady to show us round so were rather miffed when we were stopped by the police for speeding! They looked at ...
... great German landowners held sway, and their tenant farmers ensured that the land was fully farmed.
It was also a troubled place as the Second World War came to an end, and the triumphant Russian soldiers were wreaking havoc throughout German territory. Both aristocrat and commoner were forced to flee; those left behind suffered terribly and many were killed.
Such thoughts were often forgotten as we clattered and rattled along the roads which were probably ...