Hotel Universal

Lesna Street 1, Lazy, Central Poland, 76-002, Poland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Lesna Street 1, Lazy.
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Travel Blogs from Lazy

Good F&B, a terrible history & a commie's penis!

A travel blog entry by brent_n_dani on Aug 09, 2012

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The bus ride from Klaipeda to Warsaw was a long 10 hour trip. We had decided to skip the Lithuanian capital Vilnius after speaking with other travelers & them saying that it is very similar to the other Baltic capitals. So thats the reason for our first five plus hour transport since the Trans-sibirian. The 10 hours was filled mostly with drinking overpriced beer & laughing about silly signs in the toilet.


We arrived quite late to our hostel & ...

Poland - "Poker Faced"

A travel blog entry by metcalfw on May 27, 2012

2 comments, 4 photos

Arrived in Warsaw and found the “Palac de Oberach” where
we are staying.

Not quite the Palace we stayed at previously but
comfortable and quiet, out in the country with a 15 minute drive to the Metro
station and then 20 minutes on the Metro to the middle of Warsaw.

I was a little concerned (or was it Wanda) with driving
in the centre of the city, so this suits us/her.We did a “hop on hop ...

A few weeks late!!!!!

A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld on Sep 14, 2011

11 photos

Well, we pedalled as fast as we could, but it was just not fast enough. We really wanted to go to the wedding of our mountain climbing, marathon running Polish friends, but thanks to Alex's little visa issue we were a few weeks late. However despite our extreme tardiness Michael & Marta kindly invited us to come and stay with them in Warsaw. ...

Crossing the streets of Warsaw-no picnic

A travel blog entry by abbyandmorry on Jun 28, 2011

... on a wafer, and two different meringue cakes.  Meringue, both soft and hard is big here.  The meringue was absolutely perfect, but I'm not a big sweet cake fan.  There was not much left on the plates...we did all but lick them clean.  By far, it was the best meal and the price was incredibly reasonable.  We had coffee, wine (1 glass) and beer and it came to 150 Zl per person.  There is not a single restaurant in Toronto where this kind of quality and environment can be had for ...

New friends

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Apr 16, 2011

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Justyna had to work over the weekend so was away fairly early. Andy took us to Justyna's parents place for a late lunch, we were really pleased to spend some time with Anya and Jan – they don’t speak English so Andy had to translate but we managed. Anya cooked an enormous meal which we understand was traditional Silesian food – Katowice is in the centre of Silesia - beef schnitzel stuffed with smoked ham and ...