Hotel Zamek Ryn

Address: Plac WolnoSci 2, Ryn, Southern Poland, 11520, Poland | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Plac WolnoSci 2, Ryn.
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      Our most exciting day yet

      A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 18, 2014

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      ... top was a space where the emblem of Nazi Germany, the eagle and the swastika, had once been. The plan was to have a submarine in the lock,like something out of James Bond, with access by the canal through Russia to the Baltic Sea.
      By paddling a little through the swamp they got to the other side and were able to go through a doorway and look right into the cavern. There was a little boat on a rope that Willow really wanted to get into but Ed ...

      Terrified in Concrete

      A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 18, 2014

      9 photos

      ... s role entitled him to be present, there was not really a lot that could go wrong. The assassination attempt failed owing to an amazing sequence of luck. The meeting was due to be held in one of the ginormous bunkers, which would have contained and intesified the concussive force of the blast. But the bunker in question was undergoing yet more reinforcement, so the briefing was held in one of the less fortified buildings, so enabling the external dispersal ...

      Bumpy roads to Wolf's Lair

      A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 17, 2014

      3 photos

      ... and thicker than Ed had imagined. They had about 10m of concrete above a single storey and the walls were 6m thick. They had a great time with the guide scrambling about the remains as it had been blown up by the Nazis when they left.
      I said I would tell you more about the man Stauffenberg who was shot in Berlin.

      He was an aristocratic officer in the army and a Nazi party supporter. ...

      Into the Heart of Darkness

      A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 17, 2014

      6 photos

      ... Germans retreated from the Wolf's Lair, they dynamited the structures to prevent them falling into Russian hands. Today, the site is pretty much as the Russians found it, minus the fixtures and fittings. The gargantuan bunkers are still here, but they are broken and cracked and shattered. Bits of them stand tall and immense, whilst other bits are torn and shredded. Masonry is scattered and tilted and twisted. Ceilings stand on their sides, walls are at crazy angles. ...

      Day 37 - Vilnius to Ełk

      A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 25, 2013

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... rolling countryside, with a mixture of pastures and woods, with a few lakes thrown in for good measure. There is a fair range of agricultural machinery, with many looking very new, but also a fair number still earning their keep but of a vintage that would give them pride of place at any vintage agricultural show in Ayrshire. After a lick of paint of course. It was just a matter of setting the cruise control to 90, sitting back, enjoying the view, and avoiding ...