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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Tymon (Thank you for finding a place for us to stay in Sydney:))
They say once you go there, you want to come back. Definitely! I left a small piece of my heart in New Zealand.'ve fallen in love with a beautiful nature, friendly and kind people (I have never met so helpful people before) !
... which was, especially on the first visit, a challenge to get anything other than a boiled, fried or scrambled egg. At least today you can ask for these rather than have to act out the cooking method you would like!
Hopefully the next visit to Wolsztyn will coincide with the operation of a steam service but if not it will still be a nice place to spend a couple of nights and it will still feel rather familiar and comfortable just like a second home.
... Great Escape, which helped to put things in perspective. They also had uniforms from each of the armed forces that were incarcerated there. I spent some time looking at the displays and then started towards the recreation of Hut 104, which showed what it may have looked like during the war. This building is apparently a bit smaller than the actual Hut 104, but it still conveys what the huts would have looked like, and there was a Wooden Horse sitting in a corner of ...
... 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 ...
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 structure. ...