Hotel Zulawy Downtown

Address: Krolewiecka 126, Elblag, Lake District, 82300, Poland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Krolewiecka 126, Elblag.
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Travel Blogs from Elblag

The Finale

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 13, 2014

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... several pre-war photos show how ornate it was.

Moving on, I paid an extra fee to climb the grand tower. I wonder how many towers I’ve climbed this trip? The view was worth it though. You could see all of the castle, the river Nogat as well as the town laid out before you. It was rather windy that high up though.

The High Castle contains one tower, separated from the rest of the castle and accessed only by a covered walkway at the top floor. The ...

Train to Malbork

A travel blog entry by jackandkate on Sep 26, 2013

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We had breakfast in a cafe in the town square before catching the train to the town of Malbork which took 45 minutes. Lucky dad can speak Polish the polish train stations are very confusing. The train was like the Harry Potter train with your own cabin. The train travelled through fields and small towns. Malbork castle is the largest gothic castle in the world with 21 hectares of buildings - the largest brick structure ...

Going Teutonic

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Sep 26, 2013

33 photos

... br> The wars weren't very kind to Malbork, but the castle has been restored in an impressive fashion. The courtyards, bridges and endless rooms are filled with relics and museums providing a glimpse of a time where bigger was better and steel was king.

The entrance ticket comes with a choice of either doing a guided group tour or of simply using ...

Communism to Castles

A travel blog entry by marram on Sep 18, 2013

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... don't be mad at me but I have not gotten into the food thing yet. It really isn't my fault though! I would love more than anything to buy a nice plate of authentic plate of Polish food... but prices are high for anything that is adventurous. When I say prices are high I mean any real plate of food is 27-50 Zloty (zz-woe-tays) which is only $9-15 but at school we only have $10 a day so that just isn't possible to spend on one meal. So I have been mostly sticking to soup. ...

Day 38 Ełk to Gdansk

A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 26, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... get a few things wrong. Alison worked on this premise when she bought a pair of fake crocs for £2. Then we continued round the Olsztyn ring road. Due to the number of learners on the road, we surmise this is part of the driving test route. It is heartening to know that Polish drivers have to take a test before being let loose on the roads. One wonders by what process they subsequently forget all they have learnt. If I was a ...