Blow Up Hall 5050
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and I tried to add another night to our Gdansk booking but they are full. So, Gary suggested we look for a town between Poznan and Gdansk and stay there one night and we settled on Torun for our next stop. The landscape from the train on the way to Poznan was lush and full of birch forest but totally flat and I found myself wanting mountain scenery again and wondering whether there would be any more of that during the rest of my ...
Arriving in Wroclaw I wasn't sure what to expect. My first two days were spent in relative silence as my dorm was all male and they weren't big on the small talk. I had a lot of time to self analyse and began asking questions such as 'why do we wash our body's, our clothes, our floors with warm water but brush our teeth with cold?' Was about time I socialised. When I checked in I had to pay for a padlock so I thought I might as well use it seeing as I was paying ...
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 ...
How Awesome is Poland? I'll tell you. Even though Communism has been gone for more than 20 years they're still celebrating, and there's no sign that the celebration will end soon. For us the party started when on the train into Poznan we met a young Polish man. When we introduced ourselves, the first thing he did was to offer us his one and only beer he packed for his train ride. It was a Polish beer and he was anxious for us to ...