Hotel Savoy

Address: Kosciuszki 19, Wroclaw, Western Poland, 50-029, Poland | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Wroclaw

    January in Poland

    A travel blog entry by chanel.mace on Feb 04, 2015

    31 photos

    ... That will not be going on when we are there, unfortunately. We are going up there to work at a small eco-friendly printmaking studio, where I will probably be working on etchings, which I have not done since I have been here and I am really looking forward to doing again. We are staying in a Hostel that was converted from an old prison, so that should be interesting. I am a little nervous for the trip because it is 20 degrees there, and there is ...

    Wroclaw poland

    A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Dec 16, 2014

    ... sick all the next morning on the bus to wroclaw. We arrived in wroclaw and had KFC for lunch as it was beside the hostel and we had to wait half an hour for our room to be ready. After checkin in we walked the city- wroclaw has some funky street art like the "missing pedestrian" a group of people who look like they are ...

    Week 4 and 5

    A travel blog entry by chanel.mace on Dec 08, 2014

    24 photos

    ... things are starting to really pick up with school.

    I believe I have had two week of school since I have written you last. I am not quite sure but things have flown by here. They are moving way to fast. I know by the time it comes time for me to leave I am just going to feel settled here and that I will want to stay longer. I have had two new classes and lessons since I wrote last.

    First I have had Installation based Printmaking. I don’t think that I ...

    Wonderful Wroclaw

    A travel blog entry by wojtas-kolinski on Sep 07, 2014

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... prices are comparatively cheap compared to other European cities. We had Sunday soup which is broth with dumplings and only served on? That's right, Sundays. I had goulash and Diane had potatoes pancakes. And along with a couple of Polish beers, Piast, the bill came to about $30. Another thing Diane pointed out is that unlike every other country we've been to the locals don't assume we are Americans. Routinely, we would be given English menus. ...

    Wroclaw - a little known Gem

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 04, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... surely ask themselves why visitors all tend to gravitate to a town / city's oldest part for leisure and relaxation.

    * We also walk to the former Jewish quarter of Wroclaw.The streets are now filled with trendy restaurants.How times have changed. Only a discreet plaque indicates that in 1941-2 the residents were evicted & deported to concentration camps.Oh, and an evocative mural of birds ...