Amarylis B&B

Address: Rzedzinska 19, Warsaw, Central Poland, 01-368, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bemowo area of Warsaw, is near Warsaw Rising Museum, The Royal Way, Warsaw Ghetto, and Motorisation Museum (Muzeum Motoryzacji i Techniki).
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Travel Blogs from Warsaw

Things that go bump in the night

A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 02, 2014

... to get through. Paul was right, there wasn't much about Schindler. There was a half-hour documentary about working in his factory and his desk, and that was about it. Instead, the whole thing was dedicated to Krakow under Nazi occupation in World War II. From there we caught a taxi back into the old town. It was a 15-minute trip, so I'm not sure how we would've gone if we'd walked. We stopped at St Andrew's church, one of the oldest in Poland having been built in the 11th century. ...

In Transition

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 21, 2014

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... is a transition between Perpetrators of the Holocaust, and Victims of the Holocaust. In 1939, six years after coming to power, Hitler invaded Poland from the west, while the Soviet Union invaded from the east. After about a month, Poland fell to the Nazis. Over the course of World War II, 6 million Poles were murdered in the Holocaust. Of that 6 million, 3 million were Polish Jews, about 90% of the ...

I Came, I Saw, I Went

A travel blog entry by diane.reed on May 28, 2014

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... trip is very different to that in Turkey. We have seen many, many hours of fields of vegetation. The land is mainly flat with little variation. As we are on major roads, we see little of the townships on the way.

Warsaw's claim to tourist fame is the UNESCO listed old town, which was completely rebuilt after the war. Wide streets, lots if coffee for tourists, but little chance for locals to live ...

A day off in Warsaw

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 15, 2014

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... which was fine apart from backing Red into the palace wall. No harm seemed to be done.The Castle Inn could not be better positioned, in the Old Town Square opposite the Royal Palace. It is a small, chunky building with hefty buttresses, and our host told us that the Castle Inn was only one of two buildings in Warsaw to come through the war unscathed and intact. The Castle Inn is a quirky hotel, to put it mildly. Each room is designed by a different artist ...

A Weekend in Warsaw

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 06, 2013

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... who had received little support from the Soviets or the Western Allies. An estimated 200,000 Poles died during the uprising, and following the surrender, the Nazis proceeded to raze what remained of Warsaw, eventually destroying approximately 85% of the city. In the Old Town where we were staying, there were only 6 buildings that were not completely destroyed during the war. Some people hid in the deserted, ruined city and were shot upon discovery. Wladyslaw ...