Dorrian Hotel

29 Wyspianskiego Street, Poznan, Central Poland, 60751, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Poznan

My last night in Poland

A travel blog entry by prairiefish

Tonight is my last night in Poland. I must give Poles top marks for hospitality. What wonderful, thoughtful, giving people we have met here. Poznan is such a quiet calm city, you would think it was a quarter of the size it actually is. I realized you cannot judge Poland by a tourist place like Krakow. Although I enjoyed Krakow, it seems obvious to me now that European tourism - think drinking, ...

Poland is good....

A travel blog entry by prairiefish

Saturday night I had one of the most interesting experiences of my trip. We are teaching yoga this weekend in Poznan at Studio Jogi Yam, owned by a beautiful soul named Asia (pronounced Asha). Asia invited me last night to a concert at her studio. Her English is not so good, and of course my Polish is non existent. I wasn't really sure what the concert was about, but Asia assured ...

Yoga Friends

A travel blog entry by prairiefish


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 ...


A travel blog entry by prairiefish

My first full day in Poznan. It has a very different feel to Krakow - which is the most popular tourist destination in Poland. Poznan is a Polish city of about 750,000, known for its universities. I will admit, it's nice to be away from the tourists, time to breath a bit. Our host in Poznan is a lovely woman named Iwona, who makes her living as an interpreter. We are staying at her house. She has the most amazing ...

Immersion into the Polish middle class

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010


... that have not been able to be re-educated in modern technologies are not as successful, as defined by the amount of their pay checks. These people are not doing as well as younger Poles.

Paulina told us about the demonstrations, and the gatherings in the streets in the last years of communism. She also told us about the couple of democratically elected politicians that exploited their governmental position and cheated the Polish people. She ...


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