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Kletno Bikers Choice
Poland

Jadąc w kierunku Jaskini Niedźwiedziej, w pobliżu głównego parkingu znajdziecie klimatyczną, motocyklową knajpę,w której każdy znajdzie coś dla siebie - Bikers Choice. JEDZENIE BARDZO SMACZNE można powiedzieć wyśmienite(duże porcje robione na bieżącą ze świeżych produktów nie mrożonek ) i NIE DROGIE w porównaniu do innych restauracji w tej okolicy . Szczególnie polecam pstrąga we wszystkich postaciach. GORĄCO polecam rodzinom wybierającym się w te okolice.

Copyright: Jacek Iwaszkiewicz
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Uploaded: 10/05/2011
Updated: 26/09/2014
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Tags: bikers choice; kletno; jaskinia niedzwiedzia; harley davidson
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