Pension Gut Blumberg
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... it. It's already at 44% so I think I've got use both the tablet and this so it doesn't run out so quickly. It was hot this morning but thankfully Nadzha and I brought our thermals incase. I've been siting outside and it's slightly chilly. I also brought my sunnies and brolly. It's Auckland weather really. We just need to find a SIM card for data so we can go online and search for hostels/backpackers. I really can't wait to see more of Berlin. The food here looks so ...
A huge drive ahead of us to gdansk Poland. Funny experience this morning - went to take a photo of a couple of ugly stork statues in someone's front yard behind a wire mesh fence. Next minute one of them flew at me aggressively and tried to attack me- lucky there was a fence! Turns out it was part of a zoo and they were some kind of exotic stork(still ...
... P.S. Moi kochani rodzice- dzieki Wam, ze znosicie moje pomysly i jeszcze to sponsorujecie -
bez Was nie byloby niczego.
Dziekuje wszystkim, z ktorymi sie mocno zzylam przez ten rok -szczegolnie przez te
pol roku w Hiszpanii (wiecie o kogo chodzi) - za dobra zabawe i czas
wspolny na wodzie:) ! Widzimy sie w Szczecinie:)!
... hearts. We were immediately well taken care of with each family member ensuring that we always had enough food and drink with any visit we made. This warm hospitality that the Poles are known for can be good and bad. Good in that you will never go home hungry, bad in that you tend to overeat. "No thank you" is not an acceptable answer when the Polish specialties and drinks are being laid out on the table. Fortunately Jeff and I learned ...
... and were happy to hear all about our tour. They also gave us some mementos from Prenzlau.
We headed over to the former Dominican monastery and did an audio tour. It was very well presented and informative. However, I don’t think life in the monastery would have been easy and I presume that the buildings were very cold in winter.
- Free parking
- Pets allowed