The pictures are up! In June I took a bustrip from Germany to Poland. I booked with Trube Touristik and the owner himself was my busdriver! And one of the best ones you can find, a master behind the wheel.
We were a group of 35 people and one duck and had lots of fun. First we went to Wroclav (Breslau in German) where we stayed for two nights at the Park Plaza, a very nice hotel right in the center of town.
On our way to Krakow we visited Jasna Gora, Poland´s most famous sanctuary which is visited by millions of pilgrims each year.
Then we stayed for two nights in Krakow, at the Hotel Justyna, a very nice family hotel.
On the way to our last stop in the Sudeten we visited first the historic salt mine in Wieliczka and then Auschwitz.
Our last two nights we spent at the Mercure Hotel in Jelenia Gora in Lower Silesia.
We visited the "Schneekoppe" (Sniezka Mountain), the highest mountain in the Giant Mountains (Karkonosze)which are part of the Sudeten Mountains, the Wang Church and drove through Jelenia Gora and the surrounding countryside and then back to Germany.
Thursday, June 5, 2008
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Thanks for sharing :)
"Polish" green - who knew!
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