Hotel Mazurkas

Poznanska 177, Ozarow Mazowiecki, Warsaw, Central Poland, 05-850 , Poland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Poznanska 177, Ozarow Mazowiecki, Warsaw, is near Motorisation Museum (Muzeum Motoryzacji i Techniki).
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    Travel Blogs from Warsaw

    East side

    A travel blog entry by getcracken on Sep 09, 2014

    12 photos

    ... made strides to strengthen the Zolty (their local currency), however they are still not in a position to adopt the Euro as their official currency. Four Rand will buy you one Zloty......yeh, God Bless South Africa. Their government rule with what one could say is a traditional Roman system, having both a president (influential Senate) and a ruling Prime Minister (jeepers, could we do with a senate for JayZee....oh hang on, we have one "comrades"). Poland is a member of the EU ...

    Never a dull moment

    A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 11, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... luggage. We walked along some very bumpy paver style streets and sidewalks today. it turns out they kicked my luggage's ass and now I have a cracked wheel. Odds on how long I can use it?

    The train ride to Lodz was not extremely long. we got there in around 2 hours and when we arrived, we snagged a taxi and showed the driver where to go on the iPad. When we got to the hostel, we gave them our name and the guy said, ...

    Warsaw - History of the Capital of Poland Part 1

    A travel blog entry by mrsdbrowning on Mar 18, 2014

    18 photos

    ... to our tour guide, the city had 1.3 million inhabitants before WW2. 300,000 were Jewish and were sent to concentration camps and died in their uprising another 500,000 were not Jewish but sent to camps as well or died in the uprising (200,000). That means over half of their city died during WWII. Timeline of WW2 - It Begins with a lightning invasion of Poland. 1939 - The Nazis (Germans) from the west and ...

    Musical Benches

    A travel blog entry by fatboyron on Sep 03, 2013

    26 photos

    ... has been gorgeous. Were staying in the heart of the Old Town - which means that it was (re)constructed in the early 1950s after being reduced to rubble in the Uprising of 1944 - an experience brought to life in the Uprising Museum that we visited today - and that was the part of town that got away lightly - less said about the ghetto the better. There are monuments on every corner and red and white flower beds / ribbons, wreathes and flags ...

    Leaving Krakow for Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by shari2285 on Aug 07, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... lift off the platform and made our way to the main part of the station. He did catch up to us though and took us on our quick trip to the hotel only a few blocks away. Wow, talk about impressive !! The city isn't too impressive at first glance ( will give further comment tomorrow after our tour ) but our hotel is the most magnificent place that we have stayed at so far. The foyer is gorgeous, extremely elegant, the rooms are spacious and quite delightful. ...