Address: Mangalia Street 3a, Warsaw, Central Poland, 02-758, Poland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Stegny area of Warsaw, is near Lazienki Park, Chopin Monument, Lazienki Palace (Palac Lazienkowski), and Belvedere Palace (Palac Belweder).
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      Second Day of Christmas in Warsaw

      A travel blog entry by wareameye on Dec 26, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... experienced unexpectedly warm temperatures in Berlin and Prague, but here we are truly plunged back into winter as the thermometer is registering -3 C (about 26 degrees F). There is a dusting of snow on the ground, and everybody walks at a very fast pace to keep warm. We do our best to keep up and not get run over, but it is difficult since the streets are bustling. We pop into several churches for warm-up breaks, and have a great dinner at a ...

      6 months on the road

      A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Oct 03, 2014

      4 photos

      ... your in etc! Maybe I just caught these places at the wrong time!

      Best football match?

      This is another tough question, but il do my best to answer it...

      •The atmosphere at Rapid Vienna was unbelievable, I can only imagine what it would have been like if the result had been different! (see blog post "Another European Night") The Krakow derby was also a unique atmosphere! The ground was pretty much full, unusual for games out here, which ...

      A Touchy Subject

      A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 22, 2014


      ... murdered at the hands of the Nazis, there is a distinction between these two concepts. In Poland, the fight against Nazism was a fight against fascism, oppression, and political ideology, not necessarily against anti-Semitism, which had always existed. Anti-Semitism was able to continue because following World War II, Poland was absorbed by communist Russia, and again struggled as a nation. Jews again became a scapegoat for this ...

      "Czesc!" - Hello in Polish!

      A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 09, 2014

      8 comments, 6 photos

      ... parking attendant stand so we walked over that direction. We saw someone outside so we asked him if he spoke English and then when he said he did, we asked him what the significance of the building was. He went on to tell us that even after WWII was over, the Russians had significant control and Power of the Polish people. The building resembled Russian style and they built it in Poland to establish dominance over the Poles. The building was physically constructed ...


      A travel blog entry by errolandtrish on Jul 16, 2013

      3 comments, 2 photos

      ... the buidlings have been rebuilt as they were prior to the bombings. During the evening meal we were entertained by a local couple singing and traditional Polish dancing. Warsaw is where Frederic Chopin was born and on the seconds night we were given a one hour concert of his works by a wonderful musician on a grand piano. She is young and already a Professor. We felt very special as there were ...