Qubus Hotel Zielona Gora

Address: ul. Ceglana 14 A, Zielona Gora, Western Poland, 65211, Poland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on ul. Ceglana 14 A, Zielona Gora.
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    Travel Blogs from Zielona Gora

    Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow

    A travel blog entry by kikizameryki on May 20, 2015

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    Today's entry is dedicated to you all. I believe that people are all that matter. They affect your life and always change you somehow for good. I believe that everything happens for the reason. Glad and happy to meet you all !!! It made our travel unforgettable and valuable! Everything was a big adventure for us :)

    Thank you for all your ...

    A nice place even without steam action!

    A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Mar 09, 2015

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    ... or about 28.00. Still very reasonable.

    The initial draw of the town was however the last working steam locomotive shed in the world that was used for the daily timetabled passenger services which you could, for a fee, actually drive or travel on the footplate - something myself and Heather have previously done. It is a shame that this is now pretty much consigned to history and steam is used on an infrequent basis on what seems to be 'charter' ...

    Touching a part of history.....

    A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... bit of trivia is that the German actor, Hannes Messemer, who played the camp commandant Colonel von Luger in the movie, had served on the Russian front during WW-II. He was captured by Soviet soldiers so certainly understood what it was like to be a P.O.W. Fortunately he escaped from captivity, so he was the perfect choice for that acting part.

    The remains of the 50 were originally interred at the camp in a memorial built by the prisoners, but they ...

    Lost in TRAINslation

    A travel blog entry by calicait on Apr 06, 2014

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    ... our crowded cabin space, but I failed to get comfortable and knew I wouldn't get any sleep if I remained sitting upright and squished in between two people. My legs were getting restless, and my head started bobbing, so I told Matt and Emma that I was going to move to one of the reclining chairs in one of the other cabins and sleep there for a few hours. Emma decided to join me, but before we left she asked me why I was bringing my purse. I said "I'm going to use it as ...

    Stalag Luft III

    A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jul 31, 2013

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    ... noticably shaken, with a piece of metal (german dog tags) he had found with Jim's dad's ID number on it. He now had a name and a photo to go with the treasured find and I promised to email him a copy of my dad's letters to home shortly after capture and the notice his mother received of his missing in action and subsequent status as a prisoner of war. All are to be included in the Stalag Luft 3 museum exhibit, which is apparently a work ...