Platinum Palace Apartments
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Platinum Palace Apartments Poznan
Travel Blogs from Poznan
I think we finally have our travel legs underneath us. Last night we went to sleep at around 8:30. We were so tried from traveling. At one point I woke up during the night thinking we missed breakfast only to discover it was midnight. I was freaking. Diane thought I went mad. At any rate, we awoke and had a very filling breakfast and walked outside of the Stary Rynek. We ran ...
... to it's exact look after the war. We will learn more about the history after our walking tour tomorrow and then, I will give you a proper history lesson. I think we will sleep well here in Poznan under our feather comforter. - Diane
Although we have been in Poland for only a few hours Diane has to be impressed with my grasp of the Polish language. I have been conversing with the common ...
... 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 ...
... You will be in time to see I am sure what only happens in one place in the world The clock strikes twelve A bugler blows his bugle from way up in the church tower Music wafting down to the square below, And two goats come out (A bit like a cuckoo clock) And they butt heads twelve times. Was fun to hear the Polish childen all counting how many times the goats had butted heads ...