Seehotel Burg im Spreewald
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... themed accommodation areas, massive waterslides and numerous other
activities. It is the largest building
we have seen and we thought it was impressive on the internet but then we saw
it in real life and it is hard to describe.
We spent a fun filled 5hrs here, it is quite amusing watching everyone
walking around in their swimming togs nice and warm and outside it is freezing,
it is funnier still watching everyone layering up before leaving.
... menu to order a steamed fish (zanderfilet - 14.90 euros) and a cabbage wrapped pork (8.80 Euro). The pork tasted better. I didn't like the fish with bones.
It turned cloudy after lunch. We found our way back to Luebbenau center, and the straight road through the forest was completely empty. We hurried along because we needed to catch the train, and in the end we made it. We run along that post street, haha. Then we ...
... There were some old bikes that we rode out in the back yard. It was funny watching everyone have a go. We went out to dinner to a place that had German food I had schnitzel followed by ice cream with cream and smarties. Some people were playing darts and I asked if I could watch them and they pulled a chair up for me. It was interesting to see that the scoring was all ...
... of senior citizens, and I suspect that many residents commute to/from Frankfurt Oder or even to Berlin. I went to see the Dokumentationszentrum Alltagskultur der DDR (or center for documentation of GDR every-day culture). This museum is the holy grail of my research, and I was excited to see it, though it turned out to be hard to find. The permanent exhibit was really interesting, in part because ...
... man started talking to us about his life. He and his family were evicted from their farm when he was a child. He spoke of the atrocities of both Germans and Russians. He emigrated to Minnesota and now has grandchildren in Poland and the US. He was heavyweight champion of Poland in 1957 but missed the 1960 Olympics when he emigrated. We travelled through Widowice, the birthplace of John Paul II on the way to Zakopane. At Krakow we will be about 300k from the Ukrainian ...