Old Town Apartments

ul. Nowy Swiat 29/3, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-029, Poland | 3 star condo
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    Discovering Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by jackandkate on Sep 29, 2013

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    We started the day with a carriage ride around the town. We got see some of the main monuments while relaxing in the carriage. The day is cool but the sun is out. It is Sunday and everyone is going to church. Church a walk and waffles and icecream before lunch seems to be what the polish do on Sundays. We try waffles too - they are big and get too …

    Travelling to Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by jackandkate on Sep 28, 2013

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    Another night in Torun would be nice. Kate wants to play tennis and I want to float in the pool. After breakfast we caught the train to Warsaw, which is a 3 hour trip. Time goes quickly, Kate feel asleep. The hotel was in the old town and not close to the train station so we caught a taxi, but have to walk into the old town from the Barbakan - the …

    A Touchy Subject

    A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 22, 2014


    ... and villages that the Forum visits are mono-cultural, meaning that there is little to no exposure to other traditions and customs. But by demonstrating that the Jewish community once made up the community that they identify with, they make an un-relatable subject relatable. They unveil a sort of shared history; a shared lifestyle. This shared identity is essential for the continued memory of the Holocaust. If the memory is to live on, then ...

    The only way is up!

    A travel blog entry by team_rackers on Dec 27, 2012

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... their people. That's all that needs to be said. Unfortunately the girls have not spent much time with Babcia and Dziadek owing to the fact that they don't seem to know how to use their mobile phone and so our attempts to contact them and make arrangements went unanswered. Both Daniel and his parents have gone into 'jelly fish mode' where no-one's brain seems to be working. Wigilia (Christmas Eve) was an interesting experience. Not what I expected. It was held in a neon ...

    The one with all the travelling

    A travel blog entry by emilywright on Aug 01, 2012

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... us away we got onto the right train and got tickets from a nice man. 7.50: Back at the airport we got to our gate fine, although the airport was unsettlingly quiet. We ordered tea at a bar and enjoyed the traditional confusions of non-Brits with our tea habits (Lemon?!?) We had 2 cups each and W spend a joyous half hour in the duty free trying on perfumes and lipsticks ("I'd rather go alone actually") H and I played spot who's coming to Beirut and got excited. ...