Hotel Zamek Ryn
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Our main purpose today was to visit Hitler's Hideaway - The Wolfs Lair, so we headed off on a very pretty drive around lakes and with large trees lining the very narrow roads. About a half an hour from Gizycko you turn off into a remote forested area which hides this historic site. It costs 40 zloty for 2 people and a car and is well worth the price. The site covers quite a large area hidden in the ...
... Belarus on the other. Exchanged euros for zloty and continued towards Gizycko on ever narrowing roads. Pretty countryside with tall trees lining the sides of the road then lakes and finally our hotel. We walked around the lakeside town for a while with an ice cream and finally made a dash back to the hotel as the rain started. Had a very nice meal in the hotel dining ...
... Tom Cruise as Colonel Stauffenberg. All this happened in Poland at The Wolf's Lair in a wooded area 8 kilometres from Rastenburg, now known as Ketrzyn.
During World War Two "Wolfsschanze" was Hitler's military headquarters. This is from where orders affecting all WW2 fronts were given and sent to wherever German officials and soldiers operated. Hitler spent over 800 days of the war at The Wolf's Lair. The area is heavily wooded and provided ...
... about 45 minutes earlier we were very nearly there, but while Andrei and I discussed our options, Dimitri just laid back over his bags. I actually phoned my mate Roy, he would know, but just ended up laughing cos he's gone and bought a BMW bike, so he was no use either.
When we finally found the lair further along the road we had been on earlier, Dimitri finally gave us his advice. The sign did say 6km!
We came ...
... 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 ...