Dizzy Daisy Hostel Riviera

ul Warynskiego 12, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00 631, Poland | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Warsaw

Happy Birthday DC

A travel blog entry by williams2013


... train - 300kph of railway pleasure! Looking for our first decent pasta meal in Italy (ok, the lasagne entree on Venice Island was pretty good, there just wasn't enough of it), we tried the pasta bar just down the road from the hotel - and were sadly left underwhelmed. The taste was good, but just too salty for our palates, so we left Italy disappointed in the pasta offerings :( Luckily the atmosphere, pizza tasting ...

Polishing up our dumplings

A travel blog entry by georgous_travel


... In the wake of this unprecedented planned destruction and ethnic cleansing, 800 000 civilians were killed. At the time that was 60% of the population. We drove into Warsaw on the 26th of July and spent two nights there. Ninety percent of Warsaw, Poland was destroyed in 1944 and when they rebuilt, they did something very brave and honourable. They built replicas of every building and every town to be exactly the same as before it was destroyed. When ...

Any Pole Walters?

A travel blog entry by mauveme


About to cry and put down my laptop (which won't fit in the VERY HEAVY back pack now) and called my host.
While talking to Iowa, a Polish lady stopped and asked if she could help. I told her I was on the phone to my host (who couldn't hear me too well) so I put her on. It turned out her Aunt lived in the same building a few years ago and even more amazingly, she said her car was parked a couple of minutes away and she would take me there! I couldn't believe ...

Pleasantly Surprised by Poland

A travel blog entry by choyt1427


... I had all morning to walk around Warsaw, and meet my soon to be new friend, Ewa.

Ewa visted UCI this summer for the Derrida Conference, which Leslie coordinated. Leslie connected us and Ewa generously offered to be my Warsaw guide for the day. We met in the lobby of the Hotel Bristol at 9:30am and she took me to a "very famous" cafe right across the street. There, I had tea and a traditional Polish pastry (the name escapes me at the moment). Then we walked ...

Holocaust History: Survivor's Tale & Warsaw Ghetto

A travel blog entry by alexandra_day


... concentration/death camps, escaping the camp only to have to return, and finally being released with no place or no one to return home.

He talked about his thoughts of trying to escape the soldiers, how he escaped the camp with a group that ended up being shot by partisans in the forest, how a man helped him learn to be a metal worker which later saved his life, and how he somehow managed to survive all this brutality and horror. He spoke with confidence and what ...


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