Pension Meereslicht

Address: ul. Grunwaldzka 18, Szczecin, Baltic Coast, 72-346, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Grunwaldzka 18, Szczecin.
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Travel Blogs from Szczecin

Gdansk to Meidzyzdroje, Baltic Coast

A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 23, 2015

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... from the rooms above. Best to get an upstairs room. There were no toiletries and when we asked for soap the receptionist couldn't find any so gave us shampoo and lotion instead!! There is tea and coffee in the breakfast room with cake and fruit to snack. Wifi only works occasionally. Not good as I couldn't get online all night. Breakfast was very good with a good assortment of bread, meats and cheeses, vegetables, cereal and fruit with freshly cooked ...


A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Aug 22, 2015

2 comments, 15 photos

... the Teutonic Knights of the Middle Ages. It is the biggest 13th century castle in Europe and covers 20 hectares beside the river. We wandered around town for a look and saw many children carrying shields, swords and bows and arrows – obvious souvenirs from the castle. We even saw a couple of young princesses in full royal regalia! We didn’t visit the castle but took a few photos from across the river. We were also lucky to experience a ...

The Top of Germany

A travel blog entry by suepeter on Aug 13, 2015

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... arrived at our next town of Grambin. It was right on the Szczecin Lagoon which is connected to the Baltic Sea. Looking across the lagoon from where we were you would be looking at Poland towards the right.
We rode our bikes to the next big town of Ueckermunde, a 10 km round trip. It was flat all the way and I didn't fall off. There we found a cute little canal waterfront and small village atmosphere. ...

Beautiful German people

A travel blog entry by dutchnomad on Aug 09, 2015

... it up and hang it over the railing of the bridge. There's nothing I can do but wait till its dried a little so I can hang it on my backpack as I walk. I'm not afraid for the night, it's so warm, I'm not going to need a sleeping bag. As I've skipped breakfast, I'm just thinking about making porridge while I wait as an elderly couple walk towards me. Interested in what I'm doing, they start asking questions. I tell them about ...

Home At Last

A travel blog entry by alexandrasaad on Oct 04, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... than I thought it would. After several cups of nuclear strength coffee, I went outside to sit in the sun with the locals and met a group of nomads passing through that morning which consisted of several eccentric Berliners and one American from Nevada named Karl. He's an electrician and friends with Peter, who is trying to recruit him to stay at the Schloss for awhile to help with ...