Hotel Villa Pallas

Address: ul. Zolnierska 4, Olsztyn, Lake District, 10-557, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Zolnierska 4, Olsztyn.
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        Travel Blogs from Olsztyn

        Open Air Ethnographic Museum

        A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Apr 16, 2015

        3 comments, 7 photos

        ... rooves, others tiles. Most came from the late 1700s and 1800s, though a few were from the early 1900s. Inside some were laid out as houses, others had a classroom, dentists, tailors, etc. There were lots of woven rugs on the floor, lots of ceramic-tiled stoves, some 'black kitchens' with open fires, and some free range hobs. They also had 4 old-style windmills, one of which ...

        Train travel, food, Olsztyn

        A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Apr 15, 2015


        ... seat. Tickets were very easy for this suburban line too. You can buy tickets for pre-designated prices at the ticket office, and then validate them in the machine when you use them, or you can buy tickets already validated on the platform. Although the machine is all in Polish, someone showed us how to buy more than one ticket at once!
        Yesterday we travelled from Gdansk to Olsztyn on another train with compartments, but a slower, ...

        Last day in Poland

        A travel blog entry by heidi.saxarra on May 28, 2013

        Yesterday very successful day chasing ancestors - went tp szczytno (ortelsburg) ,Olsztyn ( Allenstein ), sadowo near biskupiec, alt keykuth in polish stare kiejkuty - there is supposed to be a secret CIA post there. Off to the airport at gdansk. At the airport now. Poland must have the craziest drivers in the world. They overtake on double lines and push opposing traffic off the road!! Totally loved Poland - ...

        We found gustav saxarra in zatowo

        A travel blog entry by heidi.saxarra on May 27, 2013

        ... of paper and the farmers wife and her husband became quite animated. So the First Lady and the farmers wife marched us across these paddocks through locked gates etc- I started to think - something has gone wrong here - no cemetery in sight. So we get to these trees in the middle of nowhere and sure enough it's a tiny cemetery . When we found our relative's grave we couldn't believe it!!! Really touching ...

        We are in Copernicus 's home to town

        A travel blog entry by heidi.saxarra on May 27, 2013

        2 photos

        We met a lovely couple over breakfast who told us how Poland had changed and how poor it used to be. Now it has a fabulous infra structure and is quite modern - only in some of the country towns can you see the remainder of some of the poverty. So we are off to discover some of our ancestors roots today. He said that hitler and Stalin made a pact and all the Germans were driven away from Prussia and the German Ukrainian were re settled in Prussia . So it wasn't their home ...