Willa Biala Lilia

Spichrzowa 16 st, Gdansk, Baltic Coast, 80-750, Poland | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Spichrzowa 16 st, Gdansk, is near Westerplatte, Mariacka Street (ulica Mariacka), Neptune's Fountain (Fontanna Neptuna), 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

    ... 322;awieństwo dla zołądka i podniebienia, ale teraz bardzo cierpimy :( Jak powszechnie wiadomo, do lepszego człowiek łatwo się przyzwyczaja.
    6. Mozna się tez łatwo przyzwyczaić do włoskiej kreatywności na drodze. Co więcej, pobyt we Włoszech dał mi zupełnie nowe spojrzenie na mozliwości parkowania w centrum Gdańska. Wiecie ile wolnego miejsca się tu marnuje? ;)



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    The Finale

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 13, 2014

    26 photos

    ... more than very basic English so conversation was out. For the last part of the journey I got up and stood in the corridor by the open window to get some fresh air. I arrived in Malbork after 1pm sweaty and a bit smelly.

    It only took me a few minutes to walk to the Hotel Grot where I was booked in for the night. It was a nice hotel, basic rooms but the wi-fi didn’t work except in the corridor towards reception. After checking in to my room, the first thing I ...

    Poland!

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

    2 comments, 1 photo

    Hello everyone!! Sorry again for my late postings!! Wifi is surprisingly hard to find, and when we do find it, it's hard to just sit there and be consumed by it when there's so much to see and to talk about! But that aside, Poland was incredible! The three days we were in port were spent in Gdansk. Gdansk is an absolutely beautiful city. It was completely destroyed during WWII, and still seems to be in construction. Many of the buildings ...

    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

    ... those who died. The camp itself is both a museum and a record of the atrocities that happened there – a solemn reminder that such things can and do happen in this world and it is up to all of us to prevent them.

    We were all pretty quiet in the camp and after we left it, but that changed when we got to the Old Town in Gdansk. As I mentioned, more than 90% of the city had been damaged or destroyed during WWII, but most of it has been ...