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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... that night, after seeing Henry once. We were being handed leaflets left, right and centre and after a while you just don't have the patience or the Polish to say no thank you so we just walked off. Kasia then told us the woman called me and Sarah stupid *****es. Always handy to have a translator to let you know when your being verbally abused. My favourite rejection of leaflets came from Sarah who accidentally said 'Sorry I don't read' instead of 'I can't read ...
... 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 ...
How Awesome is Poland? I'll tell you. Even though Communism has been gone for more than 20 years they're still celebrating, and there's no sign that the celebration will end soon. For us the party started when on the train into Poznan we met a young Polish man. When we introduced ourselves, the first thing he did was to offer us his one and only beer he packed for his train ride. It was a Polish beer and he was anxious for us to ...
Today we left Germany and took the train to Poland. We arrived about 630 pm and checked into our hotel. We met some people on the train and they even called a cab for us to take us to our hotel. The hotel overlooks the town square and is filled with restaurants and bars. We had a great Polish ...