Babka Tower Apartments & Suites
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Sadly, the Memorial to the Warsaw Ghetto, where thousands of Jews were exiled while awaiting transport to the concentration camps in Poland, is as hideously ugly as 90% of the rest of the buildings in the city. But . . .
... statues & where the famous- Marie Curie & Chopin- were born, went to school, had their 1st beer, lost their virginity, were murdered etc. We all went to one of the most expensive Polish restaurants in Warsaw where we all ate pierogi which is Polands national dish. It's similar to a ravioli pasta & I quite enjoyed it. Linda didn't of course. Thought it was too fatty & ...
... grounds of a mansion very near the old town and our hotel.
During the war Warsaw was nearly demolished by all the fighting. First the Germans,then the Russians. Only 2 houses in the old town were undamaged. One was our hotel. You can see why because it is so big and strong. I was left to rest after Ed had gently backed me into a wall.They had wild boar ...
... s father. Then around 11pm we had cake and more dessert. Oh…and around midnight there was more food, including the Polish staple of pierogis! You might think this sounds like a ton of food (and it is), but with the aforementioned bottles of vodka, the food was absolutely necessary. Did I mention that in Poland it is inappropriate to mix vodka into a cocktail…you drink it straight!!
We are now on a train to Krakow. More to ...
... if need be. If, like Poland, you have nothing, you build/create/use or install it with the latest technology available. The same goes for other so-called “poor” countries. While in Istanbul in 1995, a Turkish friend and I got into a tram which used electronic ticketing system via a tiny devise attached to my mate’s key ring.
Anyway, not convinced? Check the pictures and/or go and have a look for yourselves as Poland is not that far (from Western ...