HP Park Poznan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... currency ! Pulled into the Novotel Hotel in Poznan at about 1700hrs and piled into the lift with about twenty others and none of us could work the lift, even the bus driver Aldo came to help and failed finally a Polish woman got in and flicked her card and off we went, all the way up to our floor she was giving us swipe lessons, we were swiping but obviously not holding our mouths the right way. We dumped our bags and then took off ...
... security guy here wont let us go any further but at least we could see the stands and the pitch. Looks empty, as it had done during the match on Thursday night !
We return to the tram and head back into town. It is another hot day and the tram is baking hot. As we reach the railway station the tram turns in the wrong direction so we have to jump off and get another one.
Have to stop in the old square for a farewell beer before picking up our bags ...
... Castle that was the residence of the German Emperor Wilhelm II, although he only visited Poznan three times before WW1 arrived and eventually Posen/Poznan returned to Poland. In the building now is a museum of reminders of the 1956 protests. We walk in and start to look around at old newspaper reports and photos before someone comes and tells us that the museum is not free but that we have to keep going to a reception and pay. We are not that excited by ...
... information front and we leave almost empty handed.
It is surprisingly hot and with little air quite oppressive. We seek the refuge of a shady table and, purely for cultural reasons, decide to sample a local ale. It is nice and cold but apart from that, not being a lager person, it is a bit bland for me although it is no great hardship to drink it. I am sure I will be introducing myself to several of its friends shortly. Beer appears to be less than £2 per pint and ...
Arrived in Poznan-easy leg of tour-only 3 hours from Berlin. Playing amazing heritage listed venue above vegan cafe-lasagne for lunch/dinner-so fulfilling. Walked into surreal double bass and dance performance. Except I thought the dancer was an old drunkard who was annoying the musician. Nope he was part of the act. seriously amazing venue. 1930s cinema. Needed a bunch more people to soak ...