Dom Klaudiusz

Address: ul. Literacka 34, Poznan, Central Poland, 60-461, Poland | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Poznan

Potting with the Poles

A travel blog entry by tredders on Sep 21, 2015

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... 0830 hrs and our local guide was running late. Finally she arrived all flustered and full of conversation. She was a Pom who has lived here for years with her father, all dressed black with a Marlene Deitrich type fitted hat and a face so full of rouge she looked like a red indian! We were staying on the Eastern side of Berlin which was full of the very ornate old buildings and a whole lot of Scaffolding.. We stopped for photos at the ...

Last day already ?

A travel blog entry by steve_m on Sep 19, 2015

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... br> Stu wants to buy a Lech Poznan football scarf and the lads in the bar on Thursday night told us there was a shop at their ground on the outskirts of town. We remember this morning that the 24hr tram ticket we bought yesterday lunchtime didn't start its time countdown until it had been scanned at a monitor aboard a tram. We hadn't done this yet and there didn't seem to be much point in doing it now.
We boarded a tram outside the hotel and set off in ...

Exploring Poznan

A travel blog entry by steve_m on Sep 18, 2015

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... representing bayonets, and dark, solid concrete, blocks, and symbolizes the opposition of the local troops to the invading German forces in 1939.
We continue on to the park and just inside the entrance is a large cemetery containing Russian military graves and beyond that, the purpose of our visit, a Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery. There are approaching 500 graves here from both WW1 and WW2, largely soldiers who died whilst prisoners. In the ...

Off on holiday !!

A travel blog entry by steve_m on Sep 17, 2015

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... We then make a conscious decision to drop from a half litre to a third of a litre glass size as it is still early.
I have decided that I need to try Polish food whilst I am here rather than the staple burger, steak, chips etc. I start off with something called 'zurek' which is a soup served in a large bread roll and comes highly recommended from other travellers reviews. It is a fatty soup, I guess containing pork and cabbage. It doesn't taste too bad but ...

Poznan

A travel blog entry by busby-wharton on Sep 08, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

Arrived in Poznan-easy leg of tour-only 3 hours from Berlin. Playing amazing heritage listed venue above vegan cafe-lasagne for lunch/dinner-so fulfilling. Walked into surreal double bass and dance performance. Except I thought the dancer was an old drunkard who was annoying the musician. Nope he was part of the act. seriously amazing venue. 1930s cinema. Needed a bunch more people to soak ...

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