Campanile Szczecin Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsCampanile Szczecin Hotel
Lime green closet and coat hangers with a light!
Accommodating staff, clean and great shower. First place to have a hot water pot and coffee in the room!
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Today we were up early to catch the train to Warsaw; a 5 hour train ride. We arrived at our modern hotel about 1:15 pm and had until 2:15 before we were to meet our tour guide. That gave us time to get settled in our room and relax a bit before our 3 hr. walking tour of the Old City.
Our guide, Jacek, is very interesting and keeps things …
... me to a seat in a synthetically-lit carriage opposite a guy with no concept of personal space. 7 hours of this won't do! Thankfully the carriage attendent is willing to persevere on my behalf and half an hour (and £7) later I am 'upgraded' to a couchette for the journey to Warsaw. The couchette is hard, narrow and cramped. And I am very glad for it! Journey Phase 19.6 A(iii) is almost ...
... museum), the small restored old town and the impressive St James Basilica/Cathedral to name but a few places. We managed to visit Starbucks and McDonald's for breakfast but had a far more Polish lunch and dinner in one of the typically rustic restaurants in the old town - we almost went elsewhere for dinner but liked our lunch stop so much we returned in the evening for a great meal of pierogi (stuffed Polish dumplings) for me ...
... can see from the pictures, we proceeded to get absolutely smashed on sugar, and then headed onwards.
Our last stop was the Maritime Academy on the riverfront, which had gorgeous architectural features. The riverfront itself provided gorgeous views across the city. From there it was only a short walk back to the car, and we headed home to Brollin.
All in all, an exciting day out and definitely a place I'll visit again!
I rolled into my new home around 17:30 local time after arriving at Pasewalk station. I was picked up by Peter, a local who works at the Schloss. It was a 10 minute drive to Bröllin, and Peter showed me to my room before taking me on a tour of the place. At this point, I had not slept in 28 hours and could no longer feel my feet. Peter tells me that there's a going-away party for him starting in ...