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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... many of them students. The buses are cheap and easy to use, the weather is nice, the icecream is delicious so walking from place to place is fun.
Have I had any interesting experiences?
Well, I got hit on by one Polish guy in the street, I don't know if that counts. He was nice and did a lot of talking (pleasant change from Ireland). I've also been hugged by two people in bear costumes, looked around a palace, gotten told ...
My first trip to see Ice Speedway and my first time in Sanok. We met our Dutch friends at the airport and together we drove the looooong, traffic ridden drive to Sanok. We headed straight to the stadium to make the start of the race.
Sherif being the owner of the http://www.icespeedway.co.uk/, we were able to watch the race as press, given our press passes, we could enter the riders pits and the press interviews at the end of the races.
After meeting up ...
... it wasn't more.
Anyway, finally I'm back on the road and that's the only thing that counts right now, so let's talk about my current destination, the name of which is...
NORWAY (ba dum... tsss!)
Vikings. Valhalla. Ice. Salmon. Occasionally trolls. This and many more awaits me here, where cold and wild animals quickly deal with anyone who shows weakness. But also, here, where the bravest wrote their ...
... They are so charming, so simple, so natural also in the sense, that at that time, building churches was natural. We find them in different states: some have been updated with metal roofs, some of them are completely wood,, some of them are almost bare inside, some have paintings on the walls from the 16th century, some from the 20th century, some have barock interiors, everything goes. Have a look at them, we like them very ...
... Being battle ground again in the second world war and being 'moved' 200 km to the west, left its traces Many cities in South-East Poland had a numerous Jewish population (almost 50%), from which we only see memory plaques, as the remaining Jews were discriminated against also after the war and not allowed to live their values and traditions.
By the way, we were hosted in the Jewish quarter of Krakow, one of the hippest places to be these ...