Pensjonat Angela

Address: Pl. Dworcowy 2A, Leba, Baltic Coast, 84-360, Poland | Pension
 
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This pension is located on Pl. Dworcowy 2A, Leba.
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Travel Blogs from Leba

A walk on the beach

A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Apr 12, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... to Freedom exhibition, highly recommended by the guidebook, seemed totally shut. Instead we caught a local train to Sopot, slightly further north, and walked to the pier, and then along the beach, paddling in the sea. The sand was very white and fine, the day hot and sunny, and I've caught the sun!
In the evening we ate veggie food in Bioway, then wandered round the historic main town, most of which was completely rebuilt after the second world ...

To Poland I go!

A travel blog entry by xynnapang on Apr 09, 2015

10 photos

... Wanna tell them to prepare ahead but I don't have Internet :( 5PM: Gdańsk is surprisingly very modern, it looks so structured & there's a proper transportation network waaaa. I kinda expected it to be a bit less modern. It's a sunny day!! Found the accommodation without any hiccups & I'm walking around town by myself now, it's so quiet and serene, all I hear is music because there's a lot of buskers around. Waiting for ...

Gorgeous Gdansk!

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Mar 11, 2015

21 photos

... hours from train arrival to aircraft departure it is safe to say that we will be back again and maybe next time in the summer. There is much to see and do in the area including the Baltic Coast resorts, plenty of museums and of course the fampus ship yards all of which can be easily reached by tram, train or on foot so maybe a much longer visit will be had next ...

Following in Rommel's footsteps

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 05, 2011

4 photos

... would appear like magic, so stopping to take in the view became a non-option.

After about 9 km, we came to a juncture where the electric mini trams, that bring people out to the dunes, disgorge their passengers, so we parked the bikes and walked. Within 100m we were in the sand dunes and away from the attention of mossies, and we could begin to appreciate our surroundings. The sand is so soft, it almost feels oily. It is almost white and ...

Hateful Computers & Sexy Waitresses

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 04, 2011

2 photos

... one of many I’m sure, in my personality, in that I WILL NOT be defeated by some %*&*^^ bit of technology that %*^^!! Well should work and it won’t.

Having blown several gaskets trying to get internet access and lost 2.5 hours in the process and walked goodness knows how far around the marina trying to get a signal that worked, the harbourmaster finally understood my ...