Dizzy Daisy Hostel Riviera

Address: ul Warynskiego 12, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00 631, Poland | Hostel
 
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      Food, glorious food!

      A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Sep 30, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... replica was made in bronze which now stands in its place and holds the epitaph plates.

      That evening we headed out to dinner at a traditional Polish restaurant which had been recommended to us. It was here that I tried cider with bison grass vodka and was pleasantly surprised! It was a very sweet drink, and wasn’t really proper cider to me but I actually drank and enjoyed vodka for the first time in years! Tom tried pork knuckle which is a very popular dish ...

      Arrival in Warsaw

      A travel blog entry by jim.diane on Sep 06, 2014

      3 photos

      ... or soft boiled eggs, pastry, bread, and various types of coffees or tea and juice.) Weather is sunny today and believe the same in Warsaw. Left hotel about 11:20 AM to take train (Sbahn) to airport for 2:40 PM flight.


      Arrived at Munich airport at 12:15. Checked our bags at the self-service luggage drop (scary since this is the first time we have checked our luggage on the trip). Went ...

      Never a dull moment

      A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 11, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... and stopped at a place called SHOTME where you ordered layered shots, etc. Amanda had an apple pie one and I had one with Absinthe, tabasco sauce and Vodka.found an extremely cheap locals bar where a beer or a shot was $1.33 and food was $2.66. Mind you this bar is in the middle of the busy part of town where everyone is hanging out. I think the name of it was Vodka and Beer LOL. People are buying the "house special" which ...

      Warsaw - History of the Capital of Poland Part 1

      A travel blog entry by mrsdbrowning on Mar 18, 2014

      18 photos

      ... It is very different than German/English which both have similar roots (guten morgen in German sounds a lot like Good Morning in English. Danke - thank you - in German sounds a lot like Thank You in English). Polish is a Slavic language. The thing about Warsaw is that 85%25 of the city was destroyed during WWII - but I will get to that in a minute. 85%25....devastating. Today we toured something called the Royal Castle. ...

      Travels throughout Poland

      A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Sep 01, 2013

      21 photos

      ... walk around it and try to imagine what it was like during the Holocaust. The camp feels much more like a graveyard than did Auschwitz.

      As Slawek and I drove to Belzec, he told me about his family and that he had relatives during the war who was killed by the Nazis. Now I’m sure that he was not lying to me. The Polish population before the war was 35 million and 5 million of them died during the war, which means ...