Arka Medical Spa

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

    Kolobrzeg, Poland

    A travel blog entry by malewski on Aug 10, 2015

    7 photos

    Sorry I havent been writing for a long time I was in Kolobrzeg with my family,we had so much fun! Kolobrzeg is located on the Baltic Sea. We came here on Monday. The weather has been great and I enjoy being outside, going to the beach and swimming pool. I play with my cousins everyday. I had a sleepover at my cousin's Marysia's home (Marysia is the older girl on the photo). I also love little Kaja - she tries to grab my glasses all the time. Hope you enjoy my ...

    Ustronie Morskie

    A travel blog entry by krystyna2705 on Jun 17, 2015

    1 photo

    ... noc się nie opłaca. W końcu jechaliśmy dalej i w miejscowości Sianożęty znaleźliśmy nocleg za 40 zł. Pani bardzo sympatyczna. Pokój był duży z łazienką. Zjedliśmy kiełbasę, buraczki i ...

    Pobierowo 16 czerwca

    A travel blog entry by krystyna2705 on Jun 16, 2015

    15 photos

    ... a na policję w Rewalu i zgłosiliśmy fakt znalezienia dokumentów. Jutro jedziemy oddać dokumenty. Nocleg w Pobierowie niedrogi bo 27 zł, a warunki bardzo dobre. Pokój słoneczny i łazienki, jadalnia, kuchnia bardzo funkcjonalne. Po zakupach i obiadokolacji oczywiście zrobiliśmy spacer nad ...

    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

    ... 1. Goodness knows why. But it does sum up their attitude to driving. And cycling? Well, what do you call an adult cycling in Poland wearing a cycling helmet and keeping to the assigned cycle lanes? German. This evening we decided to eat in the bus. Time to investigate the sausage shaped plastic squishy tube we bought in Carrefour. We thought it was stew, so Alison prepared some potatoes and veg. However, upon slashing into it with her Jamie Oliver pukka knife, it ...