How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... the hotel we were booked in for three days. Fluffy towels, private bathroom and a giant comfy bed!
... him, I kept telling him I liked women, he did not get the hint. I went to leave and he followed me into my dorm. Whilst I was trying to pack he kept picking up my clothes and telling me how sexy I would look in them. I asked him to go as I needed to make a phone call and he sat on my bed and said he would wait. He was essentially chasing me around the room, picking up my belongings and smelling them. He then found my waist belt and started whipping me with ...
... only 3 tables) in Poland. I do believe it had the smallest bathroom as well, knocking you into the toilet when you closed the door. It was here I realized my dress was on backwards as I struggled to turn it around. The language has made us speechless but, this is one country that we are not always recognized as Americans. Could it be that I wore my dress backwards? - ...
... This is our 1st of 2 days in Poznan. We have a very nice room at the Hotel Brovaria, a hotel with it's own micro-brewery. As I write this blog, we are sitting on Europe's largest public square trying a flight of sample beers. I thought it best to write 1st as, I may be the only German around that doesn't like beer and it may quickly go to my head". This town was demolished by the war but, it ...
... was a party atmosphere every night with live music. Friday night there was a rock band and they played protest songs such as Sweet Home Alabama, American Pie and of course, Pink Floyd's The Wall. And did I mention the food? Check out these pictures of our meals. There was no goulash in this town; only gourmet meals made with fresh ingredients. We loved the energy of Poznan and we will be returning soon to check out the rest of ...