Hotel Mazurkas

Address: 177 Poznanska Str, Warsaw, Central Poland, 05-850 , Poland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 177 Poznanska Str, Warsaw, is near Motorisation Museum (Muzeum Motoryzacji i Techniki).
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      Wrong turn Warsaw

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 05, 2014

      8 photos

      ... at first but we also had no curtains so were in full view of the parking building across the street.Feeling like we wanted to spend as little time in our room or the hostel as possible we hit the streets, it seemed at that time of night which was early evening we had a couple of choices, either look at the shops or go to the strippers which we received an invite to on every street corner.After a very brief discussion the shops was the choice and we strolled the streets looking ...

      Awesome Day - Lost My Voice

      A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Oct 14, 2014

      13 photos

      ... some of the shena****ns that go on with the players during a match is still quite annoying. It did not occur that much during the game but some players can be drama queens - flailing and rolling on the ground and complaining to officials….pffft, hockey players would never do that! Haha. Yeah, right!
      But it was super fun and I am so grateful to my new Scottish friends for taking me under their wing and allowing me to share this with them! Amazing.

      The Reality Behind Intensity

      A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 24, 2014

      ... destruction was. In a way, they hope to bring the viewer as close as possible to experiencing what the victims of the Holocaust experienced; to see what the victims saw all around them. You are left with no choice by to become angry and disgusted with anyone who could have participated in committing such atrocities. I really got a taste of this sort of morbid display when visiting the Warsaw Uprising Museum - I don't recommend visiting if ...

      "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 ...

      The Polish Captial

      A travel blog entry by wjtoh on Dec 15, 2013

      3 photos

      The largest Polish city, this capital has survived the haunts of World War II where most of the city had been destroyed, and had undergone extensive, albeit authentic reconstruction after the war. One of Warsaw's prominent figures had been Frédéric Chopin, the Polish composer. Chopin's statue is placed in Lazienki park, in front of a small pond. The landscape around the park is very picturesque, perfect for concerts which are in fact ...