Hotel Pomorski

ul. Fordonska 112, Bydgoszcz, Central Poland, 85-739, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bydgoszcz

Here, have some lard with that

A travel blog entry by peteindira


... Copernicus turned out to be another tourist trap. That basically sums up all the touristy stuff we got up to.

Torun has lots of character but it doesn't really have any specific places to see or things to do and that's what has made it a chill stop. Wondering around the gothic neighbourhoods, cafes, bars and restaurants is where the good times were had.


Torun - relaxing

A travel blog entry by jackandkate


... is on the Wisla River, which runs from the Tatra mountains which we are going to see later all the way to Gdansk out to the Baltic sea. Our hotel is brand new, opening only a few months ago and is very nice. Kate has a cough and I have a sore throat and ears so we take a walk around the town find Copernicius statue and the fountain with the piper who led the frogs out of town like the Pied ...


A travel blog entry by briangallagher


... glasses of red wine and a tonic water. Grand total of 101zloties. (AUD$34). Couldn't fault the meal or service. They had a welcoming drink called the Bear Buster. Honey and a very strong alcoholic drink. Remind me to tell you why it has this name. Tomorrow we head off to Bialowiesa National Park. Home to free roaming bison. It was the Tzars hunting grounds. It was a cold (12deg), wet, slow and dismal trip to Bialowiesa, passing through the Masurian Lakes ...

Day 12

A travel blog entry by mmoonan


... not find any real spaghetti in Poland.We ate our salamis and cheese. Arrived in Warsaw around 5pm and checked into the Marriott for our last night in Poland. We headed around the corner to eat again at the Radio Café, which was even better than we remembered it. Marilyn had cold cherry soup and stuffed cabbage and I had Polish pork chops with boiled potatoes. That’s it. Time to pack. Tomorrow it’s Warsaw to Paris to Boston to Milton to see Mandy and Nellie and the gang. ...

Went back to the Goast station

A travel blog entry by frankieg


... nowhere, there is quite a large town which is why the station is so big. There is a massive shunting yard and trains go all over the place. In 45 mins there were four massive freight trains going through, aprox 5 mins each. Have not seen anything like it in the GB for years. Outside the station there are eating places and a little stand selling fresh bread (needless to say ...


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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good