Arkadia Hotel

182 Radzyminska Street, Warsaw, Central Poland, 03-671, Poland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Warsaw

I Came, I Saw, I Went

A travel blog entry by diane.reed


... as ugly Communist ****.

Last night we attended a brief Chopin concert in an old, dim palace. However, the pianist was excellent. Even those group members who had been sceptical were impressed. Anna Kubicz made the most complex Chopin pieces come alive. John and I had earlier been to the Chopin museum where the entry ticket is a magnetic strip card that, when used on a card reader, produces translations in your language. Very effective and an excellent museum ...

Preparations for the unknown... (en)

A travel blog entry by dusty-hikers


"We hardly take anything with us and travel light so it shouldn't cost much, other than the flights", said our friends who are experts in Thai travel. A few thousand zlotys later, numerous gadgets, a couple of miniature sleeping bags, mosquito nets, 1000 zlotys worth of inoculations and a pair of new lightweight hiking trousers each, and we're almost ready to go. Not to mention the new backpack for Lucy in a rather fetching, summery light blue.

Warsaw, a city that urges exploration

A travel blog entry by chop49


... 5th Piano Concerto performed by Martha Argerich, the Argentinian pianist, but alas it was completely sold out. Fie on whoever told Hoki that concert tickets were easy to get because they so rarely ever sold out. Our musical hopes dashed, we proceeded to find a Mediterranean-Middle Eastern restaurant. After the previous night’s food orgy, we couldn’t look a large meal in its face, so settled on the light but filling fare of falafel, humus, ...

Wedding, Warsaw, and an Empty Museum

A travel blog entry by mpanzer


... quickly learned that a Polish wedding basically includes a lot of food and a lot of vodka. Every table was set with wine glasses, water glasses, and shot glasses at each place setting. There was also an ice bucket with a bottle of white and two bottles of vodka. The meal consisted of an appetizer course, a soup course, dinner, and dessert. Around 10pm, they brought our two whole roasted wild boars that had been personally killed by the ...

Warsaw, the Capital of Poland

A travel blog entry by pverco


... heard a little if the history. As with many parts of Europe, theirs was an horrific experience throughout the 2nd World War. Approximately 80% of all buildings were destroyed and 80% of the population of Warsaw killed or displaced. Clearly the Jews suffered a horrendous period of discrimination, torture and death. The Polish people also suffered enormously under both the Russians and Germans during that period. For instance 1.5 ...


This 3 star hotel, located in the Targówek area of Warsaw, is near City Zoo, Praga, Fabryka Trzciny, and Koneser.
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