Hotel SPA Dr Irena Eris Wzgorza Dylewskie
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... rooves, others tiles. Most came from the late 1700s and 1800s, though a few were from the early 1900s. Inside some were laid out as houses, others had a classroom, dentists, tailors, etc. There were lots of woven rugs on the floor, lots of ceramic-tiled stoves, some 'black kitchens' with open fires, and some free range hobs. They also had 4 old-style windmills, one of which ...
... just north of Gdansk on Monday, we found a shop selling gluten free products and in the supermarket here yesterday we found a section with GF bread and muesli. (Also pasta, etc, but that's less useful without a kitchen!)
Today we've explored the 14th century castle, and museum with lots of information (in English) about Nicolaus Copernicus, most famous as an astronomer, but also the Administrator for this area who brought in a bread ...
Train got in at 8.15 in morning. Went to Eva's house to drop off bags, then on to Dareks parents apartment for beautiful Polish breakfast. Dareks dad, Joseph, took us to see his garden allotment. He has plums, apples, grapes, peaches, tomatoes, capsicum. Had beer and grapes on his allotment hut balcony. Back to Eva's place and then walk through Iława along ...
... in the world ( for me) , friendliest people and great hotels and hospitality staff. For 80 dollars you can have a 2 course dinner with lots of drinks for 5 people,,!! In Frankfurt again - when I first arrived at the hotel I thought it was 'dodgy city' o my god!! All sorts of shady characters hanging around. I even asked the receptionist if it was safe - she said it was fine fine as long as I went to the ...
... of paper and the farmers wife and her husband became quite animated. So the First Lady and the farmers wife marched us across these paddocks through locked gates etc- I started to think - something has gone wrong here - no cemetery in sight. So we get to these trees in the middle of nowhere and sure enough it's a tiny cemetery . When we found our relative's grave we couldn't believe it!!! Really touching ...