Platinum Palace Apartments
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... country's brew. The beer turned out to be exceptional. In return, Mike bought him a beer from the dining car, and before we knew it we have a little party going inside our train compartment. We also met another young man who after our trainride helped us get a taxi and gave us his discount. And this is how our trip in Poland went. We met one nice and helpful person after another. Our hotel was located in the Town Square ...
Today we left Germany and took the train to Poland. We arrived about 630 pm and checked into our hotel. We met some people on the train and they even called a cab for us to take us to our hotel. The hotel overlooks the town square and is filled with restaurants and bars. We had a great Polish ...
Last photos of Poland taken in the city of Poznan The story of the goats: There was a boy who was meant to kill two sheep for some dignitaries dinner. He lost the sheep, and decided to replace them with goats he had. However, when the dignitaries heard about this, they spared the goats. Of you get to Poznan in time 12noon exactly (We woke up really early this morning to get ...
... We really enjoyed seeing all the tropical plants including trees and cacti. We enjoyed walking around looking at all the plants and trees and we really enjoyed ourselves. We had a great day today in Poznan and we are looking forward to ...
Tonight is my last night in Poland. I must give Poles top marks for hospitality. What wonderful, thoughtful, giving people we have met here. Poznan is such a quiet calm city, you would think it was a quarter of the size it actually is. I realized you cannot judge Poland by a tourist place like Krakow. Although I enjoyed Krakow, it seems obvious to me now that European tourism - think drinking, ...