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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... in progress. One even has someone playing its organ.
Jonathan and I walk on the main illuminated pedestrian streets through the old town, from one square to another. The squares have all been rebuilt since the war, and the architectural style has adhered as closely as possible to the original plan. As a result of this meticulous reconstruction, completed only in 1962, the area is included on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites.
... maybe I just didn't look hard enough. It may have helped if the hostel had given out some information, but I did only have one night there, so maybe I'm not the best person to make a judgement, but I'm in no hurry to return! (see blog post "Best name I could think of for this was 'Sibiu'")
This doesn't mean I wish I hadn't been to these places, and there are a lot of things that can sway your opinion about a place. What your hostel is like, what the weather is like, ...
... I'm not positive that anyone really can. But from my conversations with people here in Warsaw, there is one theory that is trending between sources. It is the notion that anti-Nazism and anti-Semitism have two separate identities. In the US, Nazism and anti-Semitism are very closely connected - in our frame of reference and understanding one really does not exist without the other. But in Poland, where 6 million Poles, both Jews and ...
... and it was evident that this would be drastically more reasonable than Barcelona.
When we left this restaurant, we found ourselves walking towards a big neon sign that said TK MAXX. Amanda and I joked that we should find the manager and tell them they spelled the name wrong! As we went past this building, we saw a huge, prominent building which dominated the skyline. We went there and it turned out to be called "Palace of Culture and Science". We saw ...
Left Berlin at 9am and travelled by train for 6 hours to Warsaw in Poland. As soon as we crossed the border you could see that Poland was somewhat impoverished. First impressions are that things are run down and need of repair. The hotel though is very nice. It's hard to believe that 85%25 of this city was destroyed by bombing during ww2. First by the Germans and then shortly after by the Russians. A ...