Amarylis B&B

Rzedzinska 19, Warsaw, Central Poland, 01-368, Poland | Hotel
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Warsaw

A travel blog entry by johnlucas

... so we brought with us cakes and orange juice for breakfast and the train attendant brought us coffee. By first light we were trundling through the flat Polish countryside but still stopping every 20 minutes or so. The sun shone in the city when we arrived so we walked round the "Old Town" admiring all the lovely buildings. I put the "" round the old as whilst it looks medieval ...

Travels throughout Poland

A travel blog entry by rvenezia

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... to take a local Polish train to Kętrzyn. Travelling through the now Polish countryside is really interesting,because most of the homes have very distinctive German looks. Many of the homes have orange roofs, and I have not seen them in Poland, expect in areas that used to be controlled by Germany. The train ride was long and pretty uneventful and by 12:15 I had arrived at the Kętrzyn train station. Anna was there ...

Prewar Poland – The Epicenter of the Jews

A travel blog entry by alleifer

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More – in each of your cities there are more Jews than the Jewish population of entire countries – France, Britain, Germany, Hungary, Czechslovakia. You are the vital center of Hasidism, Talmudic learning, Haskallah, Zionism, Yiddish culture and socialism. You build synagogues that are majestic in stature. Although America at the time also has a few million Jews, they are overwhelmingly poor, ...

Two nights in Warszawa

A travel blog entry by louielou

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The rest of the day I spent wandering around the cute old city with its beautiful squares and buildings as you can see in the pics.

Back at the hostel I met up with Holly and Tim, Australians who had arrived even later than me last night, and we headed to a Thai restaurant (yes I know, we're in Poland, but sometimes you just crave something) before playing some seriously competitive games of ...

Uno – true colours come out.

A travel blog entry by mergatroid

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... a tram for just one stop then walked to our hotel, the Hotel Hittman. Well actually the Hotel Hetman, but maybe in the area of town the hotel was in the former would have been more appropriate. After checking in at the hotel a few of us headed across the road for dinner at an all you can eat restaurant, it cost 35 Zloty’s, less than ten Euro’s. Have I mentioned before the value for money food on this trip? After dinner and a beer it was off to ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Bemowo area of Warsaw, is near Warsaw Rising Museum, Warsaw Ghetto, Motorisation Museum (Muzeum Motoryzacji i Techniki), and The Royal Way.
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