Travel Blogs from Kaliningrad
... wander through here and visit the castle before a burger lunch and some wifi. We know that we will be visiting Warsaw the next day and we have been warned by our guidebook that it is not a treat, with statements such as, “may not be the prettiest of Poland’s cities,” and “it’s true that the city can be hard work, its traffic-choked streets lined with uninspiring massive concrete buildings.” As a result, we have decided to do some research ...
... morning, between them they gave me a fabulous breakfast. There was sausage, scrambled egg, tomatoes, ham, bread, and best of all coffe.
I say this because they offered me tea, well you would, I said I'd be fine with water, but oh no coffee duly arrived.
The hospitality from two strangers was humbling.
We should all be more open to people, be more welcoming, and say hello!
You just never know what might happen
So the wedding you ...
... getting really wet, Andrei got off to inspect the track, and came back with his usual stupid grin and a thumbs up.
The track got worse, nearly dropped the bike, but did in the end survive. At the end of that part of the journey our sat navs didn't have a clue where we were and were sending us all over the place.
They went one way mine said another, in the end we chose mine, and finally crossed into Poland.
Dimitri, just for ...
... and Immanuel Kant’s grave. Yes, Immanual Kant, German
Philosopher and subject of the Monty Python song “Bruce’s Philosopher Song” was born, lived and died in Königsberg. Apparently, he was so proud of his hometown that he felt no need to travel as the world came to him! In those days, Königsberg was a busy port.
What can I saw about Kaliningrad? ...
Well it has taken us a little more time than we anticipated to set up a blog** But hopefully this should suffice. Liliya and I have been in the Russia Federation for two weeks now and have been having a great time. We are both learning a lot, the experience has been particularly eye opening for me as I ...