Hotel Welski

Ciborz 1C, Lidzbark, Warmia-Masuria Province, Northern Poland, 13-230, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lidzbark


A travel blog entry by johnlucas

The overnight sleeper from Cologne to Warsaw would have been OK if we could get some sleep. In theory it is good value both in time and money as you get a "free" hotel room and clock up the miles during the night. That's the theory however the train seemed to stop at every tin pot station so just as you are getting used to the rhythm of the train it changes. There was no ...

Sleepover in Warsaw

A travel blog entry by colleensouness


... and lawyer in their thirties. Outside, their apartment is one of hundreds in an uninspiring set of tired Communist-built blocks, centred around a chirpy playground on the outskirts of Warsaw. On the inside, their tiny bedsit apartment was an explosion of colourful walls and flowering orchids.

  • Unlike most European ...

Nearly in Russia

A travel blog entry by heidi.saxarra


Drove from gdansk to the nehrung spit linking Poland to Russia . Helga really wanted to see it - it was quite beautiful but a lot further than expected . Then we came across some wild boars with baby's - quite amazing .they even tried to chase us because we were videoing them. We also climbed a light house- ...

The place Kristopher will most remember....

A travel blog entry by wernicki


... his dad is buried, together with his grandparents and only paternal uncle was one of those experiences which make this more a pilgrimage than just a family visit. During the visit Wes was entrusted with a gift of an item that belonged to his father (a carved wooden decoration from a teacher, dated 1951 that has hung in the house since then), as well as a number of black and white family photographs. Old times were ...

Via Małbork

A travel blog entry by wernicki


... up close however it looked intimidating. The moats and drawbridges, together with the towers and walls rendered the position practically impenetrable without initiating a lengthy and costly siege. The place would have been a magnet for pilgrims, mercenaries adventurers and traders. The tour experience was assisted with iPod Audio Guides which took you though the labyrinth of kitchens, stores, armories, ...


This hotel, located on Ciborz 1C, Lidzbark, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding