Dom Aktora

Address: ul. Straganiarska 55/56, Gdansk, Baltic Coast, 80 837, Poland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on ul. Straganiarska 55/56, Gdansk, is near Old Town, Dluga Street (ul. Dluga), Great Crane (Zuraw), and Three Crosses Monument.
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    Travel Blogs from Gdansk

    Glorious Day In Gdansk

    A travel blog entry by diannemcg on Aug 05, 2015

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    ... Chopin. The music was spellbinding in this beautiful setting. Upon returning to the ship the band was playing outside to greet us back on board and offering a glass of champagne. There was a live show in the Looking Glass with a dessert buffet filled with delectable choices. Perfect end to a wonderful day in Gdansk. Had to move the clocks forward one hour before bedtime. Tomorrow will be a leisure day at sea while sailing to Tallin, Estonia. ...

    Mon 13th July – Fri 31st July, Gr, Rom, Bul,

    A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Aug 01, 2015

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    ... in a campsite in Kosice, happily discuss our brief voyage through Hungary.

    The next day is the 21st and as we are beginning to say quite a lot, “another day, another country!” – this time, we are headed for Poland. We drive most of the day to Rzesów and stop in a TIR stop on the 19. TIR stops are really for lorry drivers, but are a good, usually cheap alternative for us. They are free or cheap and often have useful facilities such as ...

    Random Rusty

    A travel blog entry by woggley on Jul 31, 2015

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    ... morning, between them they gave me a fabulous breakfast. There was sausage, scrambled egg, tomatoes, ham, bread, and best of all coffe.
    I say this because they offered me tea, well you would, I said I'd be fine with water, but oh no coffee duly arrived.
    The hospitality from two strangers was humbling.
    We should all be more open to people, be more welcoming, and say hello!

    You just never know what might happen
    So the wedding you ...

    Where WW2 began and solidarity - Gdansk

    A travel blog entry by bru48cas on Jul 26, 2015

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    ... produced in bread. There is of course all of the other stalls selling all sorts of stuff appealing to both the locals and the tourists. We had a nice lunch of traditional Goulash soup with crusty bread washed down with a glass of red. Perfect for a cold day. A bit of a peek in an unimpressive museum that we hoped would tell us more about the role of the city in WW2 and then back to the ship for our penultimate night of the cruise. ...

    Episode 9

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 14, 2015

    39 photos

    ... is no way that some archaeologist of the future, say in another 2000 years is going to mistake this ****** bit of rock building for something the ancients have done. at best it will probably be nothing but a pile of rocks and not large ones at that compared to what the ancients seemed to have moved around with effortless ease.The Incas even less than 1000 years ago did superb workmanship on their structures fitting the rocks together so well it's often not ...

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