BEST WESTERN Hotel Portos
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... about our day in the city. We saw ice skaters twirling around the square under twinkling lights, an accordion played on the corner along with a man on an xylophone of sorts down the street, and we enjoyed a candlelit dinner in a restaurant that remained open just for us. Best of all, I enjoyed it with my favorite travel companion. Warsaw may not be next year's romantic destination, but we managed to find everything we needed on this special ...
... and little ways of regaining a small power. It was during one of these lessons that a strange man appeared at my shoulder and offered me an m&m. It would seem that dad had decided to take himself on his own walking tour and was following us around stopping at various pubs for a beer on the way! He had got lucky three times and found himself a cheeky beer but on this particular stop there were no bars so he'd settled for a bag of m&ms! This may not be the most ...
... of two minute noodles, toast and coffee over a few games of Rummikub and Netrunner in the communal dining area. Desert was a chocolate fountain which the hostel provided as part of its themed nights, accompanied by a selection of fresh fruits and biscuits. We didn't really feel up to socialising but the call of the chocolate fountain was too strong so we bit the bullet and joined the others over the little fountain of chocolate. Our fellow guests consisted of a ...
... overran it they just blew it up, entombing the patients.
Another more recent memorial was to those killed when the Russians invaded Poland 19 days after the Germans in 1939. Poland has had a very unfortunate history as it has been occupied by other nations for the past 200 years.
We stayed on in the old town & had some lunch at an oddly run cafe,before walking after a few detours to the Jewish Museum, which is a wonderful building although the ...
... Warsaw. Our historian, Mark Lazar, showed us some of the original apartments that were in the Warsaw ghetto. Then we went for some down time while the rest of the group was picking up their luggage to grab a coffee and danish before meeting up with the rest of the group to get our journey underway.
Once we met up with the rest of the group, we had lunch outside the Ministry of Culture and Science. We then went on a short walking tour of ...