Dizzy Daisy Hostel Riviera

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

Day 1. Travel and our first impressions of Warsaw

A travel blog entry by lamotl2014


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We have also tried to include some historical data regarding the places we are visiting each day...

Warsaw – Warsaw, the largest city in Poland, became the capital of Poland in 1596. There are records of Jews living in Warsaw from as early as the 15th century – in 1792 Jews comprised one tenth of the city's residents. In the 19th century, despite many restrictions imposed on the Jewish community, ...


A travel blog entry by sophevans


... it had to be rebuild after WW2. At the palace, a trumpeter plays at 11.15 every morning, which was the time the first bomb was dropped on Warsaw, and then after the bombings, the clock in the tower restarted at exactly 11.15. Pretty cool! At the end of the tour our guide took us into a bar and we got a free vodka shot and a piece of bread with pickled something on it, both of which are apparently traditional Polish. After the tour, we went back to a milk bar ...

Leaving Krakow for Warsaw

A travel blog entry by shari2285


... lift off the platform and made our way to the main part of the station. He did catch up to us though and took us on our quick trip to the hotel only a few blocks away. Wow, talk about impressive !! The city isn't too impressive at first glance ( will give further comment tomorrow after our tour ) but our hotel is the most magnificent place that we have stayed at so far. The foyer is gorgeous, extremely elegant, the rooms are spacious and quite delightful. ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... a new location and just start building from scratch as this would have been an easier alternative. The Polish people did not want this and through pride and determination reconstructed each of the Old Town’s buildings back to their former glory. So, basically a building that you thought was 300 to 400 years old was now in fact only 60 to 65 years old. Without knowing the information about the reconstruction you could not tell the difference between the old ...

Bus, bus, and more bus

A travel blog entry by bebabui


... education funded by the state. In England, university tuition used to cost 3,000 pounds and it has just gone up to 9,000 pounds per year. Now THAT is worth protesting against, not measly little hikes like we have at home.

We've crossed into Lithuania this evening and had to move our watches forward by an hour; this time zone will be effective in all three Baltic States and we have to move another hour forward when we get to St-Petersburg so we'll be 8 hours ahead of EST.


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