Hotel Universal

Address: 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

Practically Fluent In Polish

A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Jul 07, 2013

5 comments, 1 photo

... end of the trip (sigh),

Speaking Polish almost fluently - Siān says in her most upper class British accent, "How about a Golonka, girls?", I say in my best Indian accent with shake of the head, "Zaprazsamy" (which is the best word I've heard anywhere for 'welcome'), Shobs sings in a non sequitur sort of way, "Dzień dobry, Jenny" (good morning/afternoon Jenny...a song that stuck in our heads) and we all say in unison, "Dziękuję" (thank you).

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Uno – true colours come out.

A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Sep 27, 2012

4 photos

... that was divided into a number of cabins that contained two bench seats facing each other, with room for four on each bench. Tucan had booked three cabins for our group, but Sara warned us that as we got closer to Warsaw the train would pick up more people and the reservation system wasn’t really followed, we could expect more people to join us in our cabins.

Sara, Sav, Michael and I occupied one cabin which was ...

Walking Warsaw

A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 21, 2012

16 photos

... He had the camera and she was naked from the waist down when we arrived. She quickly wrapped a skirt around her and sat down on a bench. I think they were trying to out wait us, but we were camera people who were loving the views (of the town!) so they finally left. We pretty much had the observation platform to ourselves.

After climbing down the stairs, we rejoined the celebration to watch the President exit to his car. I wormed my way up to the ...

A Wet Weekend in Warsaw

A travel blog entry by loneyjel on Jun 10, 2012

7 photos

... on street corners, chatting – not alert at all. There are police sirens blaring all the time but obviously the action is somewhere else.

When we get back to our hotel, the match is about to start and the marquee set up outside for fans is throbbing with tribal chants and the same few phrases sung drunkenly and repeatedly. At least the match will be over by the time we want to sleep and all will be quiet. Wrong! The final score is a 1 all draw but that ...

Eastern Europe. Europe de l'est.

A travel blog entry by julie_sam42 on Aug 26, 2011

6 comments, 16 photos

... tourists and has a party town feel to it. The whole place feels very scandinavian, whereas Poland felt very 'eastern european'. People smile a lot more for a start.

We got another coach that night to Saint Petersburg, to take our tally up to 52 hours in just over 4 days. Crossing the border took an hour and a half at 3am. This was our first major border crossing and the Customs were pretty meticulous.

So good bye European Union, good morning ...