Qubus Hotel Gorzow Wielkopolski
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Walked into Lubeck and took photos of the twin-spired churches and picturesque houses. Found a shop and bought fruit, etc for breakfast, which had in our hotel room. Went out on the bikes to the Tourist Info, but it was not open ,so we had to have a coffee until it opened. Not much in the way of maps, but later on had cause to regret not having bought a ...
... were back on the highway heading for our final destination for the day – Gorzow Wielkopolski.
So far northern Poland was a disappointment and Gorzow was no exception. Our hotel was probably the nicest building in town. Upon the advice of the receptionist in the hotel, we took a walk down to the river area where there were supposedly nice restaurants and things to ...
This hotel has cottage like arrangements and some man made fishing lakes in the resort. A full spa is also available. Be prepared to pay a cancellation fee no matter when you try to cancel. No one speaks English here, either so practice your Polish. The restaurant was ...
We stayed here only one night---the credit machine did not work so we had to pay for the room in cash. The room was dirty and the twin beds inside were old with sheets on them that weren't the cleanest. Overall, however, the staff was nice and served a good breakfast in the morning.
I am writing this on the train to St Petersburg with no internet connection so you won't be able to read this until I reach civilisation again, but it’s now 5.30pm (I think – I’m not sure which time zone I am in) and I am stopped at a station called Rzepin in Poland, I am therefore finished with Germany.
Although I walked around aimlessly again waiting for my bike tour to start, yesterday was better than my first day in Berlin.
I found the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center