Centrum Dikul Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... i just want to hear something with a normal baseline. something i can at least dance a little too.. you know i love my dancing.
I am learning a lot about people and their background and honestly how lucky we have it in the united states. It makes me miss home a lot. for instance, my mattress is not a mattress but a thick piece of foam. Today I complained about it and Tanya told me it was better than her couch she sleeps on at home but Kristina agreed with me. ...
... Her room mate is also in my program so the three of us walked to orientation. This is when my luck improved. THE STUDIOS AT SCHOOL ARE BEAUTIFUL. just unreal. The new building was the first building built in Poland that was specifically made to be an art school so there are tons of lights and the whole side of the building is windows. Its super modern. I got to meet ten of the people in my program. One girl didn't show and one dropped out so they are going to offer the program to ...
... one above me was nice enough but the bunk bed looked as weak as a kitten. With every breathe he took, cue song: (I was definitely watching him) it creaked, every time he turned over I said a silent prayer that I wouldn't be a pancake in the morning. The rest of the boys arrived back at about 3am (I was still up trying to book my Polski bus). They turned all the lights on and started shouting at eachother, I probably wouldn't have minded if they were English as I might have had a ...
... cities we're seeing are spotless and we see them being cleaned all night when we come home. There has been a great international selection of food which would compete with any foodie city in America. And it's SAFE! It's such a relief to not have to worry about muggings, petty thievery, etc. Of course we keep our guard up, but the cops are really bored here. When I was in Riga and Vilnius, I was amazed at how gentle and kind people were. They're ...
... about getting the air-con repaired and Bruce complaining that he can't see properly with his contacts or glasses?? (strange man). So we went off to city to find an opthalmic optician, on the way to the bus we spotted a garage that does aircon so we popped in and the nice man says bring it along. Well this is another adventure as I cannot drive the motorhome (it weighting more than I'm allowed to legally drive), so Bruce had to drive (by braille) the 600 metres ...