Hotel Orbis Posejdon Gdansk
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Intrycken av Polen var många! Jag blev igen sugen på att förlägg amina nästkommande semesterar i Östeuropa, vilket ju är kanske det bästa betyget. Vi hade planerat för en vecka på stranden men blev uppslukade av 1900-talshistoria, polackernas vänlighet och häng i stadens cafeer liksom "vinerior".
... Sopot which is north of Gdansk. I mentioned that I learned how to use a train ticket which I did. I am a little more nervous about using my Eurail pass now. Some trains validate the ticket before. Some trains validate it on the train. I will figure it out and if I don't that will just be a story to tell but it is still scary to think about. We didn't really do anything in Sopot. We walked onto a very large pier which was interesting and she showed us the nicest hotel in Sopot ...
... boiled dough with heavy filling is not the healthiest choice I could make. Other than that, I'm buying water bottles up the wazoo which is getting old quickly. Woda or water is only $1.27 but still, it adds up when you get it no where.
People: It is very cliche but the people here are so nice! Everyone has been extremely helpful when necessary and no one looks at us like we are too obnoxious. I have noticed how loud we are compared to everyone around us. ...
... buildings, originally built in the 14th century, had to be rebuilt after the majority were destroyed in WWII.
One afternoon we drove 15 minutes to Sopot, a holiday resort town that has been enveloped by Gdansk, to check out the longest wooden pier in Europe and white sand beaches. It was absolutely beautiful and not at all surprising that this is where the Polish elite come to play. Everything was immaculately kept; the beaches, the gardens and ...
... to evacuate the only home area they had known, they decided to join Hilla in Seesen. By this time, Wally was 11, Ilsa 6, and Manfred just 5, when they packed up their belonging and made their way north towards Danzig which was still in German hands.
During their journey, Wally’s mother Margarete became incapacitated, which left Wally in charge of the family. By the time they reached Danzig, they could hear the near non-stop roaring ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility