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... not heavy-handed in the least, actually the exact opposite, they were cheerfully going about the task their management had set for them. The staff went about their clearing up breakfast at a frenzied pace, somewhat akin to bees scurrying to and fro around a beehive. Oh, and woe unto you if you placed your fork or knife down on the table. Zoom, it gets snapped up. If you happened to place either implement on the plate and removed your hand(s) for more than about ...
... my information session last year) and it was wonderful to hear her excitement for starting the program in the fall. From lunch I had a rather brisk walk back in the direction of the Sheraton, and a little bit further...to the US Embassy in Warsaw. I had reached out to Fulbright offices in all of my cities to schedule meetings, but for some reason, the education advisor in Warsaw didn't invite me to the Fulbright office, but to the actual ...
... As we walked along Krakowskie Przedmieście we saw a life-sized Christmas bulb and Christmas wrapping present. Eventually we made our way to the Old Town centre. It was very nice as well, even if the Christmas tree was a month old.
Realising we were in need of a good meal, Keven spotted a Polish Milk Bar (good eyes Keven). If you didn't know, a Polish Milk Bar (not to be confused with an Australian Milk Bar) is a Polish form of cafeteria. They were ...
... accept that what they endured from the Germans during WW2 was an aberration, and is unlikely to be repeated. The second is that they endured far worse from the Russians, over a much longer period of time and up to as recently as 20 years ago - and they realise that the Russians (unlike the Germans) are completely unreconstructed and would do it all again in a nanosecond if circumstances arose which enabled them to get away with it. I wish I had a dollar for ...
... a while. Zach is a big car guy so it was a little hard to peal him away from it.
We then walked some more and went by the Copernicus statue and over to the University of Warsaw library. This is a popular tourist destination in the city due to the library's extravagance. It has a rooftop garden and was probably the coolest looking library I have ever seen. However, we didn't know but you have to have a library card to actually go up to see ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services