Martin-Opitz-Str. 2, Gorlitz, Saxony, 02826, Germany | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Gorlitz

In this gallant town called Gorlitz....

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz


... towers that are on the streets almost every step of the way. You are surely not bored when walking around the city but you are just enjoying it feeling all calm and peaceful.

The day passed on quickly so then I got to met with Nat and Marcus in the afternoon. After some dinner we went out to have few drinks out in the city. We went to this very posh looking wine bar and hmm for a moment there I felt slightly out of space since I was wearing sports clothes but that ...

Last days at Beautiful Studniska Dolne

A travel blog entry by michelle.booth5


... in the stable building. On opening, we discovered a descending stairwell, very damp, dark and scarey. We decided to get back up, so we got Haydn to lead the way with a torch and a match. It was another cellar, one of many on the property, but a fun thing for us to discover and search out! We had great time exploring that day!

Later that day we all boarded the carriage for the final drive! Lauren hitched up the bay pair (Gladys' ...

Bolesławiec pottery

A travel blog entry by michelle.booth5


... pattern and hand paint a pattern, so all of the artists know what each pattern will be and can keep a similar style to the completed pieces.

Lauren & Gregg wanted to buy a tea pot and cups/saucer set. They did the town over one day and couldn't find what they were looking for, but were not giving up that easily, so the next day I went with them for a look too!

5 hours in the ceramic shops looking for "that" teapot. It became a major exercise! They did come ...

Medieval Fair

A travel blog entry by michelle.booth5


The Fair in Zgorzelec/Gorlitz was a blast!

Zgorzelec is a small Polish town 10 km west of Studniska, on the Neisse River which is now the East border Of Germany/Poland .Walking across the river on the footbridge, you come to Gorlitz the German town on the other side.

1945 Following World War II, with the establishment of the Oder-Neisse line (the ...

Back to the Village

A travel blog entry by michelle.booth5


... racing tracks! They come home with sand in every crack, but have a ball!

I'm loving the rest days here, and starting to think about going home. Oh how time flies when you are having a ball!

Gary tells me (tongue in cheek) that "they are putting on a farewell party for us this weekend in Zgorzelec", complete with Ferris Wheel and medieval stalls.We are so humbled. We will be there with bells on!



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