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... out by the impressive patio. We could easily sit longer if it wasn’t for the tour of course.
Check-in was quick and efficient. We were escorted to the room by the lady at the reception who wanted to indicate a few things we had to be aware of.
SERVICE: Excellent customer service in general, but with an "extra bonus" to Igor for being discreet and professional, for unblocking the safe twice, ...
... br> 4. What type of government did Poland have from after WW2 until 1989? Why?
5. When did Poland join the EU? NATO?
AP only: Describe agriculture in Poland over the last 60 years. For example, what was it like during the communist years (state-owned?) after WW2 and how did it transition to private-owned? Also, what are its main exports and how much of its industry is centered around agriculture? Why is Poland doing so well economically ...
... to get off the bus. The church and the Black Madonna are the third most visited religious site in the world, and it was quite amazing to see it. There was a Mass going on when we arrived so I didn’t get a picture of the Madonna herself, but the church was stunning. After the pitstop we loaded back on the bus and headed to Warsaw, arriving late in the evening.
Our Contiki leader took a few of us into the old town on the tram to grab ...
... Titanic. Wondering in only hushed voices about the ones we left behind. Melodrama aside, if travelocity is suggesting that you will be fine with a 50 minute layover in Zurich, don't listen. Even if you make it, you won't be fine. Q: Is AirBNB as good as a deal as it seems? A: Yes! We arrived in Warsaw and my confidence was immediately shaken when we got lost getting off at the wrong stop on the bus to the city. Fortunately ...
... to do here? She took us down to see the statue of Chopin, which is in a beautiful park and there is a palace there too. But of course the entire park was closed for construction so we were only able to look through the gates at the statue. The only interesting thing she really showed us was the monument to the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. We ended the tour in the Old Town, where the famous Little Mermaid Statue is. ...