Qubus Hotel Zlotoryja
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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!!!:)
... 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' ...
... not speak English or German was the conductor. The Eurail global pass is not valid in Poland (and a few other countries I'll be visiting), so I had to pay train fare from the border to Kraków. Since we had a common purpose in mind, and I had plenty of zloty (Polish currency) in my pocket, the transaction went smoothly. I don't know what it will be like when I try to deal with a stranger, though! I couldn't wait for food like I ...
... but they could not understand us. Luckily a girl sitting across from us was translating our words into Polish for the conductor. Apparently, our situation happens a lot, so the conductors were friendly and were trying to be helpful with getting us back on the right track. They pointed out which train we should take for Berlin if we didn't want to stay on the current train and go to Warsaw, Poland. Emma and I panicked and decided to get off at the current stop and catch ...
... explored a little bit, but there wasn't a whole lot to see. Then, we ate some traditional Polish pierogies. Yum! We caught a train back and had a drink at a river side bar in downtown Berlin. A storm rolled in so we headed to the Internet cafe in the train station and I got to face time with my mom and even see my Barnaby! It was a great ...