Hotel Trawinski

Ul Zniwna 2, Poznan, Central Poland, 61-663, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Poznan

My last night in Poland

A travel blog entry by prairiefish

Tonight is my last night in Poland. I must give Poles top marks for hospitality. What wonderful, thoughtful, giving people we have met here. Poznan is such a quiet calm city, you would think it was a quarter of the size it actually is. I realized you cannot judge Poland by a tourist place like Krakow. Although I enjoyed Krakow, it seems obvious to me now that European tourism - think drinking, ...

Poland is good....

A travel blog entry by prairiefish

Saturday night I had one of the most interesting experiences of my trip. We are teaching yoga this weekend in Poznan at Studio Jogi Yam, owned by a beautiful soul named Asia (pronounced Asha). Asia invited me last night to a concert at her studio. Her English is not so good, and of course my Polish is non existent. I wasn't really sure what the concert was about, but Asia assured ...

Yoga Friends

A travel blog entry by prairiefish


Last night we taught a yoga class at a studio in Poznan called Yoga & Friends. Most of the participants were Iyengar teachers, It was fun! Everyone spoke English, which was a relief, as we had no translators with us. This class was kind of ...


A travel blog entry by prairiefish

My first full day in Poznan. It has a very different feel to Krakow - which is the most popular tourist destination in Poland. Poznan is a Polish city of about 750,000, known for its universities. I will admit, it's nice to be away from the tourists, time to breath a bit. Our host in Poznan is a lovely woman named Iwona, who makes her living as an interpreter. We are staying at her house. She has the most amazing ...

Immersion into the Polish middle class

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010


... started as a small village on an island in the middle of the Warta and Cybina rivers. In 950s, with the coming of Christianity the town reestablished itself , across the river, and a Market square was first build. It was organized as a kingdom in the next century, and the beginning of the Polish royal family was begun. The first king was Mieszko I and he was a convert to Christianity. Mieszko’s wife, a Czech, was instrumental in the building of ...

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