Dom Klaudiusz

ul. Literacka 34, Poznan, Central Poland, 60-471, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Poznan

My last night in Poland

A travel blog entry by prairiefish

... gentlemen's" clubs - it's not Poland. There are some pretty seedy areas in Krakow, but Poznan is clean, quiet, safe. Maybe it might be boring to some, but I met such interesting people here. Of course Poles love to feed you. Amazing cakes, breads, perogies, salads, and Iwona's Mom's honey is like nectar from the gods. The food tastes, well, REAL. What a concept! One of the benefits of a slower ...

Poland is good....

A travel blog entry by prairiefish

... was not to be missed. I entered the studio & was given a soft padded mat & a series of blankets. I quickly realized we were to lay in Savasana (corpse pose) during the concert. Everyone snuggled into the pose, the lights were dimmed & the concert began. Two musicians proceeded to play on a series of crystal bowls, Tibetan bowls and various other instruments, ...

Yoga Friends

A travel blog entry by prairiefish

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Last night we taught a yoga class at a studio in Poznan called Yoga & Friends. Most of the participants were Iyengar teachers, It was fun! Everyone spoke English, which was a relief, as we had no translators with us. This class was kind of ...

Poznan

A travel blog entry by prairiefish

... of orange & white tile with a dark red toilet seat! It's so beautiful. I could stay in there for hours. Iwona loves to travel, speaks many languages, and has just returned from 6 weeks in Asia, only a day before we arrived. She is interested in adventure tourism & has started guiding road trips to exotic destinations like Mongolia & India. These trips start in Poland. Think about the logistics of ...

Immersion into the Polish middle class

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010

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... of Germany. Her English was excellent. She told us to call her Paulina. The tour was to last about 2 and a half hours, but when it was done we were to together more than 3 hours.

Paulina was extremely knowledgeable and helped explain the history of the area from the Prussian occupation, through the Cold War and the Soviet occupation, until the present. We talked about a number of issues and challenges with Poles, today. Interestingly, ...

 

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