Qubus Hotel Zielona Gora
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... br> For a warm welcome
For all advices
For all support
For all good words
For sharing with us home, away from home
For showing us your wonderful countries
For sharing with us the rides
For all "sweet" and "no worries" :) !
Wouldn't be so great without you! We will pay it forward!
Hope to see you in Europe!!!:)
I think it is about fifteen years since my first visit to Wolsztyn in Poland with friends and looking back some things have certainly changed and others are reassuringly familiar. On my first visit I picked up the dinner tab at the Europa Restaurant in town for three of us as it came to less than a round of drinks at home. The restaurant is still trading today, serving great food but even today the three course dinner for two with a bottle of wine came to just ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... in the Escape.
In the ruins of the South Compound, we were shown the foundation of the theatre the POW's built as well as the foundation of the barracks where Jim's dad was housed. Marek gave Jim a part of a brick and mortar from the foundation to take back home as a souvenir.
It was now about 3:00 p.m. and Linda and I were emotionally moved and exhausted as were our gratious Polish hosts, Marek and Mirek. We shared our ...