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... currency ! Pulled into the Novotel Hotel in Poznan at about 1700hrs and piled into the lift with about twenty others and none of us could work the lift, even the bus driver Aldo came to help and failed finally a Polish woman got in and flicked her card and off we went, all the way up to our floor she was giving us swipe lessons, we were swiping but obviously not holding our mouths the right way. We dumped our bags and then took off ...
... direction of where we believed the ground to be although we had failed to locate it on any of our maps. Thinking we still had a way to go I heard the tram announce we were arriving at Stadium station which woke us up and we noticed that we had actually arrived.
The INEA stadium was fully redeveloped for use in the 2012 Euro finals that Poland co-hosted and has a 44000 all seated capacity so once we had left the tram the ground was easily spotted about ...
... reach a place called Plasnicka Rynek and decide to call it a day and tram back into town.
We leave the tram adjacent to the fruit and veg market we passed through yesterday and almost inevitably end up back in the old square with a beer in our hands. We sit for a while watching the world go by and it wasn't time wasted. A strange looking fellow walks past and sets up a small platform next to one of the fountains in the corner. He then proceeds to don a ...
... like that. Have heard about a bar here with an extensive range of beers we need to try out. Find the Ministerstwo Browaru without any problems and they do indeed have an extensive range of beers on offer, some with frightening strengths ! It is still a warm evening and inside the small bar it is baking and uncomfortable but as we were about to leave we discovered a small alley next to the bar with some tables and chairs so we took a beer out here for a while. There ...
Arrived in Poznan-easy leg of tour-only 3 hours from Berlin. Playing amazing heritage listed venue above vegan cafe-lasagne for lunch/dinner-so fulfilling. Walked into surreal double bass and dance performance. Except I thought the dancer was an old drunkard who was annoying the musician. Nope he was part of the act. seriously amazing venue. 1930s cinema. Needed a bunch more people to soak ...