Arka Medical Spa

Address: Sulkowskiego 11A, Kolobrzeg, Baltic Coast, 78-100, Poland | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Sulkowskiego 11A, Kolobrzeg.
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      Travel Blogs from Kolobrzeg

      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 ...

      The big day?

      A travel blog entry by nigel1603 on Aug 31, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... about my journey it promotes spontaneous laughter saying the word for train in Polish "pociag" the laughing again ensues! Either they think I am mad to not take a plane that takes 90mins instead of 25 hours or the trains are really in a state of decay beyond help of its government. Well a bit of both some of the light railways are run by private companies which have nice modern trains alas the one I am taking is state run and as the train rolls in my wife ...

      Day 40 - Kołobrzeg

      A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 28, 2013

      2 photos

      ... like stock. Quick rewrite of the script. Soup is now on the menu. However it is a bit thin. No problem. Tip in a couple of portions of chicken fricassee. And the tatties and the broccoli. Then simmer for a while. Add pepper to taste. Despite its rather unplanned nature it was very tasty indeed. There was no need in the end to add the emergency A&B Roll to make it edible, which was the 'if all else fails' plan. And so tomorrow off to Germany. It will be strange shopping ...

      Day 39 - Gdansk to Kołobrzeg

      A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 27, 2013

      4 photos

      ... said it was 70s vintage and asked where we were from. What country is SCO? When I told him Scotland, he said, "Ah, yes. It used to be GB." We can but hope. We left the proper motorhomers doing it properly and headed west. After Gdansk we took the E28 past Gdynia. As so often in Poland the road started at virtual motorway standard, then deteriorated to a potholed urban road with lots of roadworks and traffic lights. We began to think we had made a mistake coming this ...