Masuria Hotel & Spa
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- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... so we could look round it.
They were set in trees and grassland, and we've seen lots of birds too - chaffinch, sparrows, starlings, fiedlfare, jays, magpies, pigeons(!), blackbirds, a stork and we heard a woodpecker and a curlew. We also saw a magnificent horned goat and 13 deer.
Look at www.muzeumolsztynek.com for more info and pictures.
We're off to Mikolajki by bus tomorrow. ...
... on the price of grain, and an (unqualified) doctor. We also went into the Gazette Museum, which has lots of information about a radical paper which published anti-Nazi propaganda. Sadly it was all in Polish and we had to guess what a lot of it was about.
The last few days have been wetter and colder. We wore full waterproofs on Monday and needed a mac both yesterday and today. Yesterday our down jackets came out as well, so we are warm ...
Train got in at 8.15 in morning. Went to Eva's house to drop off bags, then on to Dareks parents apartment for beautiful Polish breakfast. Dareks dad, Joseph, took us to see his garden allotment. He has plums, apples, grapes, peaches, tomatoes, capsicum. Had beer and grapes on his allotment hut balcony. Back to Eva's place and then walk through Iława along ...
... in the world ( for me) , friendliest people and great hotels and hospitality staff. For 80 dollars you can have a 2 course dinner with lots of drinks for 5 people,,!! In Frankfurt again - when I first arrived at the hotel I thought it was 'dodgy city' o my god!! All sorts of shady characters hanging around. I even asked the receptionist if it was safe - she said it was fine fine as long as I went to the ...
... So we turned around and drove back to the sign. No one around and we saw a lady on a farm and approached her. She can only speak polish and we had no Idea. So we pointed animatedly to the cemetery sign and drew a picture of a grave. So then she gesticulated somewhat which we took as trying to give us directions. So she hopped in the car with us and we drove to another farm. So I wrote the name saxarra on ...