WawaBed - Warsaw Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... left at mid day to catch the train to Warsaw & were surprised to find that it went from a large suburban station. It arrived & left in about 4 minutes with us in a first class compartment all to ourselves but it was extremely hot with substandard a/c so we sweltered until we crossed the Polish border where we waited whilst they changed engines. Come home buses, all is forgiven!!! After about 25 mins we set off again but now we were at the back of the train ...
... controlled by the USSR. They had Soviet tanks in their country. They had communism - see the pictures of the housing in Berlin to see what it looks like. People were paid the same, they could not own businesses, and they all lived in very similar housing. What do you think of that? Communism is a complex theory that involves the governing style and economy, rolled in to one.
Yesterday, we went to the Warsaw Uprising museum. You ...
... No one trusted my map-reading skills until I lead us right to the door of the museum. We snuck in the entrance just before a massive school group and very quickly lost each other in the exhibition. It's a very cool museum which tells the amazing story of the Warsaw Uprising, which happened in August-September 1944. There were personal stories, recovered weapons, videos, including a horrific one of the disposal of hundreds of bodies, and an amazing gallery ...
... Old Town and had a wander. Every church we went into had a wedding on and several had bridal parties around the corner waiting to enter for their service. It was quite incredible but easy to understand as this area of the city is lovely and the churches beautiful.
Just as the weateher decided to tip down again we found ourselves outside a very traditional family run restaurant so popped in for a late lunch of stews and goulash. I ...
... had switched the seat heater on! Not ideal when it's 25C outside... The plan is to spend 4 nights in Jagniątków to see the area around Szklarska Poręba, before driving east to Stronie Śląskie and to show our parents some of the sights from last year. As long as the weather holds, we should be able to do some hill walking and play some badminton. If it rains, we're ...