Old Town Apartments

Address: ul. Nowy Swiat 29/3, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-029, Poland | 3 star condo
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      Food, glorious food!

      A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Sep 30, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... to escape the cold and head to a local bar for a couple of rounds of cards before going for dinner at the pub we'd been in the day before - this was turning into a bit of a pub crawl which was evident once we got on the tram. All was going well until the tram lurged round one corner sending mum flying down the tram to head-butt dad in the stomach. It was all I could do afterwards to remain upright I was laughing so much - it was like human skittles! Perhaps she should stick ...

      Frequently Asked Questions

      A travel blog entry by elaine74104 on Jun 30, 2013

      8 photos

      Today and yesterday (both of which have kind of morphed into one sleepless, birthday-ish, airport-filled, extra-long day) have reminded me of the many questions I googled in planning this trip hoping that they would be answered by another travel blogger (they weren't).  Here's what I found out: Q: Is 50 minutes enough time for an international layover in Zurich? A: No.  Unless you are an Olympic sprinter or the luckiest person in the world, 50 minutes ...

      Walking to Old Town

      A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Dec 30, 2012

      50 photos

      Today we walked to Old Town. We passed by the Palace of Culture to the start of the New Town area on the Royal Route. We went into the Church where Chopin's heart is buried, past the building where he gave his first concert, and past the church where he played organ as young man. What is amazing about Warsaw is that it was completely flattened by the end of the war, so almost everything you see has been rebuilt since the 1950s.

      Light up a doobie

      A travel blog entry by htfree on Aug 01, 2012


      ... and Schwiec. We made our way back to the hostel with much higher spirits.

      As the hostel bar only sold wine by the bottle we decided to make a night of it and met a whole new lovely community. We went on to a club having played drinking games (incl drinking Jenga when we embarrassed a yank who was a sore loser).

      Our train to Krakow was only 2.5 hours so being hungover wasnt too much of a ...

      What to do in Warsaw

      A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Apr 28, 2012

      12 photos

      ... to have some along with herring. When in Poland, there aren't many excuses you can use to refuse the vodka - you're either pregnant, driving, riding a bike or religious. So it was a toast and a big group of us with vodka shots around noon today. Burn! But the pickle and herring sandwich made it all better.

      At the town hall, civil weddings were taking place. Quite interesting to see as they throw zlotys (Polish coins, yes real currency) ...