Apollo Hotel

Address: ul Kapielowa 11, Darlowo, Baltic Coast, 76-153, Poland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on ul Kapielowa 11, Darlowo.
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      Travel Blogs from Darlowo

      Foxys summer camps

      A travel blog entry by body6sky on Mar 21, 2014

      ... racing activities Many summer have horse racing activities that children perform beneath the guidance of experts. Children are not taught extensive racing and horse polo activities, so a low-cost those to go back qualifying for Rodeo and Derby races. Your little one will merely figure out how to ride a horse (with saddles) and you will be in a position to mount and descend the horse without having ...

      Summer camp for kids

      A travel blog entry by body6sky on Mar 21, 2014

      ... successfully. Horse racing activities Many summer have horse racing activities that youngsters perform under the guidance of experts. Kids are not taught extensive racing and horse polo activities, so pricier the theifs to rewind qualifying for Rodeo and Derby races. Your child will merely learn to ride a horse (with saddles) and is able to mount and descend the horse without external help. Water ...

      This was so amazing!

      A travel blog entry by panoramamorska on Dec 09, 2013

      ... Every day there are all kinds
      of events for our guests for example Miss & Mister, Musicfestivals, theme
      evenings with animation, music and refreshments for example "Ostatni
      PGR", "Świat według Nadmorskich Górali", "Wesele" etc.
      , the campfire with sausage, discos and many others. Additional attractions
      include art classes, integration classes for children and integration evenings
      for adults.



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      Not what it said on the tin

      A travel blog entry by kathleenfrost on Aug 16, 2010

      Drove from Gdansk to Darlowo hoping to have a nice fish lunch, but couldn't find the sea - or anyone who spoke English for that matter! It was only after we had bought ham (about a kilo!) and cheese from the deli, did we find a map to the beach.
      After looking around Darlowo, we headed to our hotel- another disappointment. It was supposedly a spa located in the forest, but was located directly beside the highway, and with no AC. Lucky we didn't book two ...

      A bit of sightseeing

      A travel blog entry by platonow on Dec 08, 2009

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... part of the city. MY uncle took us there, and left going to deal with his stuff giving us more than an hour to see the sights. So we did so :).
      The place is not organized what bothers me most. They used the building of the old Richter's granary for the tea shop. Other buildings like a watermill or a castle are the part of the exhibitions of the Pomeranian Museum. What the place need is some money ...