Hotel Ambasadorski

Address: Ul. Rynek 13 / 14, Rzeszow, Southern Poland, 35-064, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ul. Rynek 13 / 14, Rzeszow.
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        Lets Dance in Poland

        A travel blog entry by pandyana on May 19, 2014

        14 photos

        ... eat
        People kept buying me icecream and coffee and kebabs (which were really great) and anything else I may have fancied. I still haven't decided if it was really cool or really awkward. The pizza here is fantastic, so is the hot chocolate. And the kebabs. I probably gained weight. The alcohol is a lot nicer too.

        Way of life
        We walked everywhere. To the meeting, to the groups, to the malls, everywhere. It was really nice ...

        Wooden churches everywhere

        A travel blog entry by ludtjes on Jul 22, 2012

        3 comments, 11 photos

        We didn't show you too much of the wooden churches we saw in Slovakia. They were beautiful though, quite different from the ones in Romania, therefore different in another way.
        And guess what: at the other side of the border, here inn Poland, perhaps 100 kilometers away, they have them too! And also here, they cherish them, restore them, get them UNESCO protected, create tourist routes past them. And also here, we visit ...

        Solomon Schlossman was here...

        A travel blog entry by slice_n_dice on Sep 21, 2010

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... school for several years but, like the Lancut Synagogue, it has now been returned to the Jewish Community and is being restored.

        Beside the Big Synagogue is the small synagogue - now in private hands. On the main road is a large Guild Hall building, currently used as a dance school, but built in the late 19th century, long after Solomon had left the area.

        We were flabbergasted to discover that the local museum was closed!! It's only ...

        We're In Poland Where The Roads Are Smooth

        A travel blog entry by istanbultoparis on Aug 09, 2010

        Hi Everyone,

        We had another good day covering 84 miles. The border crossing from the Ukraine into Poland did not disappoint - it was certainly interesting although we didn't have the 10 hour wait that we'd heard others have had to endure. We are also very pleased to now be travelling westwards - it is a real turning point (both psychological and literal) in ...

        Relaxing and having fun with my cousins

        A travel blog entry by danwstephens on Sep 12, 2009

        14 photos

        ... to Gabrielka's count :-)) Fortunately they just got a trampoline so I had a chance to work off some of the calories afterword! Burning calories came with a price however, since somehow Asia and I got the idea that it would be fun to jump on the trampoline with her sitting on my shoulders. While I did enjoy myself while this was going on, the next day, ohh my ...