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Lodging recommendations in Poland

My daughter & I are going to Poland for three weeks in June. We have not made lodging reservations as we are not sure about our schedule. We need to stay as inexpensively as possible, but want to be safe. My question is, is it possible to find a bed & breakfast or a hostel with just a few days notice that is safe & pleasant? We will be in Warsaw, Gdansk, Wroclaw, & Kracow, among other places. Any recommendations? Thanks!

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If you're spending 6-7 days in Krakow, look into getting an apartment. Ours had a small kitchenette with a 'frig, stove, coffee maker. Can save you money as breakfast stuff can be picked up and stored. We also had a clothes washer so we did a bunch of laundry. Convenient, too, as we were about 1 block from Rynek Glowny, the huge town square, and about 2-3 blocks from a small supermarket. If interested, I'll post contact information.

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For Warsaw I can recommend Duval Apartments (www.duval.net.pl) in the old section of the city, or St. Andrews Palace (www.residencestandrews.pl) near the train station. In Gdansk, I'd suggest Hotel Bonum (www.hotelbonum.pl). For Wroclaw, try Hotel Dwor Polski (www.dworpolski.wroclaw.pl). Finally, in Krakow I'd suggest Trecius Guest House (www.trecius.krakow.pl/uk/contact.html). I don't know about availability in June with just a few days notice.

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Thanks a lot. We'll give them a try. Appreciate you help.

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Poland is cool. We spent 5 weeks there in 2006 and had no trouble finding lodgings. We highly recommend Dom Wykasowna in Zakopane and King Hostel in Krakow. Be sure to frequent the "Milk bars" for tasty , hearty and CHEAP eats . There are several in each city.

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Thanks! I've written down your ideas! I have read about the milk bars. How fun!
Thanks to everyone!