Qubus Hotel Zielona Gora
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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 ...
We got an early start today to avoid the Berlin traffic and to make the 2.5 hour drive to Zagan to arrive at the 10 a.m. Museum opening time. We passed by the Brandenburg Gate which was the site of John Kennedy's "Ich bin ein Berliner" speech in 1963 and Ronald Reagan's "Mr.Gorbachef, tear down this wall" speech in 1987...and two unfortunately forgetable speeches by a lesser American president in 2008 and 2013. It's quite an imposing ...
All pictures and videos are uploaded in this one entry only. I've
created other entries just to make map complete, but unfortunatelly no
time to write long blog. It's just like a galery, but enough to show how
the trip was like.
Passing through the town of Zary I was fascinated by some of the old derelict buildings - look like fun spots for a party.
After 129km and over 5 hours on the bike I arrive in Zagan. My Hotel was part of a park full of smaller hotels (5 or 6 in total). Any way I was glad to arrive and get a shower and go foraging for food. Zagan is most famous for being the site of "The Great Escape" which was made into a blockbuster movie in 1962 starring Steve ...
We woke up early and boarded the train to Poland today. We originally intended on stopping at Rzepin but once we caught sight of their train station, we thought better about it and continued on to the next station, which happened to be in Swiebodzin. It was the smallest city we've ventured to as of yet. The language barrier proved ...