Take This Walcz
Original YT playout date: 13 December 2008
Walcz (pronounced “vouch”) is the name of a pleasant Pomeranian town derived from the Kashubian word Wolcz and once called Deutsch Krone.
From there, we drive on to observe some more of the idyll that is the golden Polish autumn in the rolling forest roads of Pomerania.
The precise co-ordinates of the lovely woodland restaurant shown here are as follows:
I definitely recommend it.
Quote of the clip: “Are you Hans Christian Andersen’s Ugly Duckling?”
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Location: Pomerania, from the c ar
Other people featured: None
Genre: Filming while driving
Music used: Several very nice piece, including Chung Kuo and Josh Groban’s For Always and Ever
Languages used: English
Animals/plants featured: Autumn foliage, and don’t miss the friendly cygnet in the 32nd minute.
Other remarks: The photos I took at this restaurant can be seen regularly among the headers at the top of this blog. Ironically, I have seen the “Ja Tu Wroce” carving countless times and one day I hope I will indeed get to go there again.
Posted on 28/04/2020, in Birds and Mammals, Gallery style (showcases my photos), Hotel or Restaurant Reviews, Northern Poland, Personal Favorites and tagged cygnet, driving, Personal Favorites, Pomerania, Walcz. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.