Hotel New Skanpol

Address: ul. Dworcowa 10, Kolobrzeg, Baltic Coast, 78-100, Poland | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on ul. Dworcowa 10, Kolobrzeg.
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      Travel Blogs from Kolobrzeg

      Foxys summer camps

      A travel blog entry by body6sky on Mar 21, 2014

      ... Camp fires and singing nights Summer camps are perfect places for kids to bond and let their talents show. The kids could well be expected to perform, dance, and sing dealing with camp fires. Camp fire nights are a must-have experience in every student's life and then we highly recommend you let their talents show sending your kids with this unique activity, even if it means leaving your kids when ...

      Summer camp for kids

      A travel blog entry by body6sky on Mar 21, 2014

      ... and singing nights Summer camps are perfect places for the kids to bond and let their talents show. Your children would be expected to perform, dance, and sing in the midst of camp fires. Camp fire nights undoubtedly are a must-have knowledge of every student's life therefore we strongly recommend you let their talents show sending your kids because of this unique activity, even if it means leaving your ...

      The big day?

      A travel blog entry by nigel1603 on Aug 31, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... the fact that is 35 degrees and the seats are plastic. So I settle down waving them goodbye. This part of the haul is 266km and 5 hours long which in modern day standards is not the fastest train but rattles along ok and stops at around 44 stations that have seen better days, basically they are just villages that connect communities together which I think is great, if only the government would invest in a bit of newer rolling stock perhaps? Hour 4 I am hot ...

      Day 40 - Kołobrzeg

      A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 28, 2013

      2 photos

      ... We will visit a supermarket tomorrow. Then back along the Baltic Cycle Track trying to avoid the pedestrians jaywalking down it. I don't know why both our bikes have developed a squeal when the brakes are applied, but it works a treat when somebody blunders into your path. Much better than a bell. We stopped off at a bar near the campsite for a beer and to take a photo of the beach. Alison went for a paddle but soon decided the Baltic was, well, a bit baltic, so the ...

      Day 39 - Gdansk to Kołobrzeg

      A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 27, 2013

      4 photos

      ... engine and run it on idle for 5 or 10 minutes. Perhaps to charge the batteries? Unlikely, as they are all always plugged in to the mains. Finally, time to top up the water tank. At Gdansk, this involved a 40 point turn to get out of the pitch, with shouted instructions in several languages, mostly contradictory, to prevent the leviathan of the roads crunching in to other happy campers. Then into the queue for the tap. It doesn't normally take too long, as the tanks ...