Radisson Blu Hotel

Address: Dlugi Targ 19 / Powroznicza, Gdansk, Baltic Coast, 80-828 , Poland | 5 star hotel
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located on Dlugi Targ 19 / Powroznicza, Gdansk, is near Mariacka Street (ulica Mariacka), Neptune's Fountain (Fontanna Neptuna), Town Hall (Ratusz), and King Arthur's Court (Dwor Artusa).
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    Travel Blogs from Gdansk

    Małe podsumowanie

    A travel blog entry by aniarybicka on Sep 17, 2014

    ... 281; przyrodą i tak lubianą przez nas włoską kulturą, kulturą jazdy ;) oraz kuchnią :)
    Wróciliśmy szczęśliwie do domu i równiez mały Mils szczęśliwie dobił do portu w stosownym czasie, więc wszystko jest ok. Mamy nawet pewną nadwyzkę fig damskich :) i śledztwo w tej sprawie, więc ogólnie wyszliśmy na plusie.
    Mam tylko mały kłopot z wyborem ...

    The Finale

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 13, 2014

    26 photos

    ... and the entire senior command would be meeting in this room at a certain time of day and if they fire their cannons, they could cripple the entire command structure. Of course medieval cannon weren’t known for pinpoint accuracy. So instead of taking out the supporting column in the room, the ball missed and lodged itself in the wall to be seen today. Tests on the plaster around the ball returned a date of the 14th century, lending credence to this ...

    Poland!

    A travel blog entry by austin.walter14 on Sep 07, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... been redone were built to look very similar to what they would have looked like back before the bombs, and it makes you feel as if you have gone back in time! On the fist day I took a free walking tour of the city. We got to see a few cathedrals, city monuments, and a museum at the end. I got my first taste of polish food which was a delicious serving of curry wurst and sour kraut! We got to see some bands play in a music festival and ...

    Two sides of Poland

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 28, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... for a photo under a large Star of David next to an outdoor crematorium, laughing and carrying on. For them, it seemed this tour was nothing special, just another outing in the countryside.

    As we walked back to the bus, we passed a large concrete memorial, as well as the former site of a German factory, where inmates were forced to work.

    In all, an estimated 85,000 people died in Stutthof. It was one of the ...

    The Last Port of the Last Cruise, At Last

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 09, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... about the area history. The area we drove through, once out of the port of Gdynia, was primarily agricultural and it reminded me quite a lot of the area that surrounds us at home. There were fields of potatoes, corn, grains and sugar beets.

    Andrew talked first about the history since World War II. After the war, Poland was under Soviet control. It was a difficult time for Polish people and there were shortages of goods, including food. ...