Hotel Robert's Port
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Robert's Port Mikolajki
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... getting really wet, Andrei got off to inspect the track, and came back with his usual stupid grin and a thumbs up.
The track got worse, nearly dropped the bike, but did in the end survive. At the end of that part of the journey our sat navs didn't have a clue where we were and were sending us all over the place.
They went one way mine said another, in the end we chose mine, and finally crossed into Poland.
Dimitri, just for ...
... with the room. It's called a Homestay, and we would call it a B&B. Although the owner spoke little English, her daughter was available later to translate. Having explained about my diet, they must have gone out specially to buy the gluten free bread which arrived on our breakfast table this morning. Yesterday we walked along the edge of the lake, out of the town and into agricultural land. We saw a stork sitting on its nest. Today we had thought we would hire bikes, but decided ...
Shortish ride her yesterday,through pine forests,and very quite roads,it was stunningly beautiful. 270 miles,arriving at our gorgeous hotel,all marble reception,very plush,private parking for bike, Our room had its own private balcony. Last nights meal with wine and beer cost about £7.00. We are travelling into Lithuania ...
... red of green. The roads were high up with very steep drops each side so no room for error. We came to the place Willow thought the track might be and there it was. We bumped down as far as we could then parked me in a dip on a corner. They went on up a track on foot. It came out on the edge of a field so they carried on with what looked like a canal on their left. After not too long the saw a huge concrete wall rising out of the cutting that had been ...
... the thing hit you when you see it from the front. By now, I was getting increasingly edgy. Everything looked wrong, this weirdly shaped gargantuan thing sitting in pretty woodland, in East Prussia, for goodness sake! But it was the association most of all. By now, I am fairly used to attending National Socialist sites, but his was one was creepily different. Right at the top, at the apex of the monster was a big gap where the eagle and swastika once stood. It was ...