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... structure that was built in the 1950s. It has a theatre, a sports field and a 30th floor terrace with amazing views over the city.
This is the reconstructed palace of the Polish monarchs – identical to the one that stood here since the 14th Century. It is located on Castle Square at the entry point to Warsaw's old town. Inside you will find ...
... to host us, so around midnight we went walking to the other side of the river. We'd been walking for almost an hour before reaching the hostel (Fabryka). Because I was quite tired I fell asleep right away.
07 Feb 2015
Hostel Fabryka was a bit to far away from the city center so we decided to search for a hostel closer to the city. Now it was time to try out the public transport of Warsaw, this is quite confusing if you don't speak any word ...
... the rest of the afternoon browsing through the shopping mall where I was lucky enough to be treated to my first new item of clothing in months! We then met back up with the boys in, surprise surprise, a local bar where we had a cocktail each (not the boys obviously! They were firmly into the beer by this point!).
That evening after a couple of rounds of cards and a few more drinks in the apartment we headed out for a meal. We decided to eat locally tonight rather ...
... and caught the bus to our hotel. The ticket machine on the bus didn't want to take my card (and didn't accept cash), so a lady from Australia sitting by the machine who spoke Polish helped us get tickets from the driver after we left the airport. Nice people everywhere. The Palonia Palace Hotel is a great step up from Munich, both in class and location. Had a great Polish dinner at Radio Café ...
... before having pancakes for dinner. After dinner Tomek's Dad came home from work so we had vodka with him until 3am. It was a pretty fun evening with Tomek and Anya constantly translating between us and his family. His Dad was cool and brought out the family photos and told us all about living under soviet control. We asked him how much better life was after the Soviet time he took a shot glass and said Russia and put it down. ...