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  • Do widzenia, Poland.[center][/center] Woke up early, despite the extra hour. Ate breakfast and checked out. IT was not more than 300 meters to the departure hall, so it was okay to walk with the bags. It was a sho Posted by bejjan in Horseback riding in Poland | Oct 27, 2019
  • Last Day at Pałac i Folwark GalinySo, the last day had arrived. Walked over to the breakfast and saw a happy 1,5-year-old stallion run by with a halter strop attached. For a brief moment I was considering whether to run after or not, but realized I Posted by bejjan in Horseback riding in Poland | Oct 26, 2019
  • Ampi – the Grumpy[center][/center] Started breakfast at 8 am to make the gathering at 8.30 in the stable. The morning lesson was jumping and my horse was Ampi. She was pretty small, just above the limit for not bein Posted by bejjan in Horseback riding in Poland | Oct 25, 2019
  • Many roans…Yeah, by the way, only two months until Christmas Eve. Despite that, I wasn’t cold weather. No, this turned out to be yet another great day, around +18°C and sun, sun, sun. Wonderful! Pity, I wasn’t having a hack out Posted by bejjan in Horseback riding in Poland | Oct 24, 2019
  • Tarzan and IThis morning I had the opportunity to eat breakfast in peace. Nice. My lesson started at 10.30 am. [center][/center] At 10 am, it was gathering in the stable and I had a private lesson in Posted by bejjan in Horseback riding in Poland | Oct 23, 2019
  • Hack outWith some difficulty, one got out of bed this morning. The muscle soreness had kind of caught up by know. Not so much in the legs, since I had been running regularly during the fall. It was more in the Posted by bejjan in Horseback riding in Poland | Oct 22, 2019
  • Riding lesson 2 and 3[center] [/center] It was a beautiful morning with a light mist in the air. Sunbeams shined through the mist and it was rather chill Posted by bejjan in Horseback riding in Poland | Oct 21, 2019
  • Getting to Galiny for my first riding lessonI know I said in an earlier blog post that I will never ever fly with Lufthansa again. I should have stuck to that. My previous experiences with Lufthansa have been, to say the least, unpleasant, or should I say Posted by bejjan in Horseback riding in Poland | Oct 20, 2019
  • PolandThe train from Berlin was just over 5 hours, giving me time to study the town, where I’m staying in relation to where I wasn’t to visit, etc. In Poland, I'm making 2 stops, first Wroclaw then on to Kraków. Wroclaw Posted by mslaurajade in Travel adventures! | Oct 26, 2019
  • Bordeaux, Berlin, Warsaw & ZakopaneWell I've done a LOT since my last blog! On my last day in France I had a good wander around Bordeaux and found the gothic Cathedral Sant-Andre, which is absolutely beautiful. On Friday morning I flew from Bordeaux to Posted by whereskate in Kate's Travels | Oct 6, 2019
  • GdanskCame by bus to Gdansk then to Oslo. The town was in the war almost completely destroyed and beautyfully reconstructed in the cummunist times, [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871419/ Posted by UliS in Norwegian Fjords and Svalbard | Sep 7, 2019
  • Farewell Warsaw,you were OK!Forty five and a half months later, I'm leaving Poland. I write these words already from Chopin airport as I have a coffee, sitting in a cafe on the departures terminal. In front of me, hundreds of people line up Posted by ZackMeursault in Translucent | Aug 29, 2019
  • Krakow This is my second visit to Krakow and I enjoyed my time spent here, but I’m not sure I enjoyed it as much as the first time. Let’s put my opinion in perspective, the first visit was in the Posted by joannereyes in Travel the World | Aug 18, 2019
  • Cold a Surprise, But History a Thrill in Poland The view from atop Mt. Kasprowy, Poland After months of pestering him like a court jester, I finally coaxed a coworker out of his LOT Polish Airlines passes, and made plans to Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Aug 6, 2019
  • Big castles and big shipsWednesday early afternoon we arrived at castle Malbork and decided to go see it then. It is an impressive and imposing complex built out of red bricks. By area the largest castle in the world this was once the head Posted by maxari in Adventures in Bruce | Jul 25, 2019
  • The Polish coast - there and back againWe began the next leg of our journey with a small detour into Czechia. We found a very nice windy forest road with adorable villages along the way, and had a nice picnic. Next we heade Posted by maxari in Adventures in Bruce | Jul 22, 2019
  • Arbeit macht totIn the morning I head out and walk to the Wawel castle which is 15min away. The castle in on a hill and consists of several buildings, it's quite huge. There are tourists everywhere and i head back to Posted by Keelaster in Eurohop'19, from couches to backpackers' | Jul 9, 2019
  • Constant bartenderThe train to Krakow arrives at 2:40pm as agreed in the internet purchase agreement. Me and my wife had our seats in a closed compartment of six people so we couldn't, or didn't dare, have any conversation. As a result Posted by Keelaster in Eurohop'19, from couches to backpackers' | Jul 8, 2019
  • Go taxifyWe started off walking to the Jewish history museum and the plan was to eat something along the way. It was 2pm and I was still suffering from hangover and was feeling tired. After every food place we thought that Posted by Keelaster in Eurohop'19, from couches to backpackers' | Jul 7, 2019
  • Searching for the perfect Kielbasa and cheapest pint, part 1We arrive at Warsaw railway station at 1pm. The AirBnB apartment is less than 20min walk away, but once again it starts raining heavily enough that we have to go to a hipster coffee shop for shelter. Warsaw is Posted by Keelaster in Eurohop'19, from couches to backpackers' | Jul 6, 2019
  • In Poland with young loveThe mystery bus dropped us at in Bialystok. We had a small apartment booked from AirBnB but first needed to pick up the key from another location, called "reception". The reception turned out to be a small cottage in a Posted by Keelaster in Eurohop'19, from couches to backpackers' | Jul 5, 2019
  • Day 22: WarsawTo start our last day in Warsaw and the last day of our trip, we went again to Castle Square to tour the castle. Like everything else, this was destroyed in WWII and wasn't reconstructed until the 70s. Posted by AnneO in Central/Eastern Europe 2019 | Jul 3, 2019
  • Day 21: WarsawAfter breakfast today we went to the Castle Square to meet up with a free walking tour of the Old Town. We had about 40 minutes before the tour started and we were all running out of cash so Posted by AnneO in Central/Eastern Europe 2019 | Jul 2, 2019
  • Day 20: WarsawAfter breakfast this morning in the hotel we went to the Warsaw Uprising Museum. In 1944, after several years of German occupation, the Poles in Warsaw had had enough and tried to oust the Germans and become independent again. Posted by AnneO in Central/Eastern Europe 2019 | Jul 1, 2019
  • Day 19: Krakow to WarsawWeather Update: I think this is the worst of the heat wave in this area. It was in the mid-90s today but should be back in the low 80s tomorrow. Of course, cooler seasonal weather is coming Posted by AnneO in Central/Eastern Europe 2019 | Jun 30, 2019
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