Solar Palace Hotel & Spa
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... like bricks, wood and metal fittings were used by the local population. Minefields surrounding the quarters took 10 years to clear - until 1955. 55 000 mines of various types were removed by Polish sappers.
The Wolf's lair is now an historical museum - out in the open - where you can visit the remains of the buildings. We spent the day having a guided tour of the site and then re-visiting several of the bunkers and also some areas that were not included in ...
... was hungry so we stopped just over the border for lunch.
Now after lunch we had to find a secret HQ. HHCIB?
Well it turns out harder than you might think.
Our sat navs started fighting again, we were zooming in on maps, went down dead ends, got quite close at one point, then turned away.
It was when Andrei's sat nav said more off road, it was getting dark, that we pinpointed as best we could exactly where it ...
We are, apparently, out of season. This small town is host to lots of watersports enthusiasts as the season turns to summer, but right now they are still in preparation mode. We've seen restaurants being renovated, deckchairs being unpacked, patios being laid, a boat being launched. Some buildings look as tho they are still being built. We think we might prefer it like this! It's the most expensive place we've stayed, for both the room, and evening meals, even in low season. We ...
... made him feel very frightened. Willow went to ask some men who seemed to be in charge of a Manor Adventure type set up that had rope ways all over the top of the structure if she could go in the boat but they quite rightly said no.
Reluctantly they made their way back up to the field and came to find me. We had another exciting ride back with beautiful views over the fields and swamps as the sun sank slowly down. Willow said it was her best day so far. ...
... and Jill's rather delicious bottle of red.
But the hostel was clean, and you could buy bottles of beer from the grumpy security man in the evening. I enjoyed sitting in the foyer writing up my diary in the company of a troupe of Danish bikers. And best of all, the Wolf's Lair was rocked by an enormous thunderstorm. I like thunderstorms in evocative sites.
Our guide had alluded to strange and worrisome goings-on in the hostel, but we slept the night ...