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Travel Blogs from Warsaw
A very long bus ride from Vilnius got us into Warsaw late at night. So in the morning began the long walkabout that is my usual routine when I travel. We first headed out to the uprising museum which was a crazy jumble of first hand account recordings and a giant heartbeat thumping in the background. It took us the longest time to figure out what the uprising was even about. ...
... to continue to grow in this area of personal growth. That was my little off topic preaching about life lol (Thanks dad for giving me your preaching/life philosophy skills -you are always in my heart and mind!) So back to our morning...well i set the alarm for about 7:30 bc the market opened at 8:00 and we wanted to get there around 830. The alarm clock went off at 7:30 and of course snooze was pushed a few times - it is vacation :). When I finally turned off snooze ...
... is a much better option than a fast food chain.
The remaining days were spent resting and lazing around while Pete was nursing a cold he caught somewhere along the way.
Today we set of for our next destination Gdansk, a name that I still have trouble pronouncing.
P.S. Dear Poland,
A vowel would be helpful, thank you.
The rest of the world
Breakfast as usual… Marilyn to the conference, me to Starbucks across the street to do some work… Then we walked down Nowy Swait and into the Old Town to sightsee. The weather is dry, mild and alternatingly sunny and cloudy. The sky never seems to completely clear in Poland - northern European summertime.It was a 30-minute walk to Warsaw’s Old Town. The Old Town is really a newly re-constructed ...
... like a cool place to visit. Unfortunately this was not the case as there is no such place/museum it is merely the name of the elaborate building built by the Russian post evasion. There is nothing to see!
Museum of the Warsaw Uprising
Another great museum, which covered every aspect of the Warsaw Uprising. The museum is spread over 3 floors; if you visit make sure you follow the route carefully as strangely the audio tour starts on ...