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Daytrip out of Berlin to Poland

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This may sound stupid to some of you folks, but we really would like to add one more country to our "Places We've Been" records. Since we are staying 4 nights in Berlin and have done most of the sights on an earlier trip, we'd like to use our car rental for a quick aprint into Poland just to say we've been there. Even though I'm part Polish, I know virtually nothing about the place and in looking at maps, nothing in Western Poland sounds familiar. Any suggestions?

My family will do whatever I like as long as a good meal and plenty of photo ops are involved. I'm interested primarily in anything historic and old. Also anything to do with the Cold War fascinates me. Kostrzyn looks like it might offer a few things to entertain us, but I'm hoping to find something to keep us entertained all day. Any decent sized towns with shops would be of interest to the 4 ladies in our group of 7.

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