angelo Hotel Katowice
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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Day 17: Today we continued our travels and we are going to Katowice. When we got there we went to Zoo Silesia. We saw lots of different animals including Lions, Tigers, Elephants and Rhino's and we learnt lots about them to. We really enjoyed ourselves. We stayed there all day. After a fun day at the zoo we went to Laserhouse and we played Laser Tag. We had lots of fun. We had a great day and we are really looking forward to ...
Wednesday was a washing day, a bit of a struggle with the weather but at last the heating is on in the building so the flat is nice and warm again. In Poland the heating is on a central boiler system with pipes and radiators into the apartments so it seems to depend on building management. In the afternoon Pete, Jen and I took a bus from about 100m away and went into the central city for a look around. It's not the ...
... at midday when the trumpeter sounded the call from the western window just below spire – this happens every hour and the sound cuts off abruptly. Back in history a trumpeter would announce the opening and closing of the city gates, and also to warn the residents of fire or enemy forces. The sudden cut-off is to commemorate a trumpeter who was sounding the alarm when he was shot through the throat by an arrow in 1241 when the Mongol ...
Pretty much a stay-at-home day other than a short walk with Pete, then later he took Patryk for a longer walk while I did a pile of ironing. Jen and Justyna did some bonding – shopping for shoes for Jen so they were happy. I gave Patryk a gingernut – he ...
... and Pete had a chance to sit for a moment there. We were really pleased to have had a look around, it was lovely. Outside is the completely separate bell tower (all electric now……) which dates from 1679. Pete was very taken with the double-shell tongue-and-groove timberwork, very labour intensive to make I’d bet. And the gardens around ...