- Adjoining Rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Swidnica
... tysiace kilometrow. To byla piekna przygoda;) Dzieki Aniu za wspolna podroz:)! Ze moglysmy razem cieszyc sie tymi chwilami i ze nie pozabijalysmy sie nawzajem:) I ze obylo sie bez wiekszych spiec czy cichych dni , mimo ze non stop razem i 2 silne charaktery...;) Dziekuje za piekne zdjecia na bloga; za opanowanie lepienia pierogow na 2. koncu swiata do perfekcji; za te wspolne godziny w persymonach; za ...
... and museum although given the next steam hauled service is in late March there was no smell of coal smoke drifting through the air at the roundhouse.
My first visit to Wolsztyn all those years ago saw us stopping at the Kaukaska, a simple but clean hotel about ten minutes walk from the station. On this trip we chose to stay there again for just £30.00 a night including a simple continental breakfast. Not a huge amout has changed either other than ...
... of kindness from a stranger. An older man walked up behind me, spoke to the ticket agent and paid for my ticket. He then walked me back out the same train I had disembarked from, spoke to the Conductor (the one I had been dealing with previously) and just stayed on the platform (he didn’t board the train). I don’t know why he did that but it was certainly appreciated! I hope to be able to provide a similar act of kindness for someone else in future. ...
... of sitting in the tiny Polish train station, we finally got on board our train and headed to Frankfurt, in hopes we would find a cheaper and shorter train ride than one in Berlin. (There was no direct train from the Polish town to Prague, so we had to go to Berlin and catch a train from there). We rode for 45 minutes, got off at Frankfurt, and soon realized there was no train that runs from Frankfurt to Prague. So we had to take another train from Frankfurt to the ...
... offerings available. The gas station was long abandoned, none of the shops were open at 10:00am and we pulled up to a hotel/restaurant which showed possible signs of life. We parked and securely locked the car and walked up the steps into a small restaurant. We approached the unoccupied counter to order breakfast. Soon an apprehensive lady appeared. I asked if she spoke English, then French, then German and each time got a disappointing ...