Old Town Apartments
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... a couple blocks, past the Royal Castle and Sigismund's Column, then headed south again to meet a couple of Jaclyn's fellow EnvEuro cohorts at Zapiecek, a traditional Polish restaurant (although we were unfortunately not very hungry).
We expected to see some familiar faces on this trip, but upon entering the restaurant and locating the sizable group of EnvEuro students we were surprised to meet far more friends than anticipated, some of whom we hadn't ...
... bullets. For such a hippie and dippie Liberal I really do enjoy firing guns.
After I was finished in the Wolf’s Lair, Anna and I stopped for lunch in Kętrzyn. Kętrzyn used to be called Rastenburg and right in front where we ate lunch, was an old Teutonic Knight castle. I was told that all across that region of Poland are small castles built by the Teutonic Knights. The castle was cool to see, but not ...
... your meal. We tried fra diavalo pierogis (pork, beef, paprika, fried onion, marjoram) and borscht. It was so delicious.On our way back to the hotel we stopped for donuts and ice cream at a famous bakery, A. Blikle. The paczki (rose flavored jelly donuts) were nothing special but the ice cream was amazing - and cheap! $1.00 for a scoop in a cone!
We made it back to the room and in bed by 9:00 p.m. very jet-lagged. Slept for 10 hours. ...
... to walk into town a bit earlier than the others as we were hoping for some sunset shots of the city from a bridge we had crossed the day before. The colours didn’t end up being that spectacular but it was still a nice view. We continued making our way towards the restaurant but as we were quite early we walked around town for a bit. We decided to grab some ice cream as we were walking. One thing we had noticed in our time in Warsaw was that it seemed to ...
... to bed.
Again we arrived in the capital with very little on our “to do” list, so we set off in search of yet another old town.....but this one was different. This old town was completely demolished in WW2 & has been rebuilt to such a standard that it is (apparently) the only heritage listed area that was actually constructed in the 20th century. The market square in the centre is filled with beautiful buildings & like all the other old towns ...