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... reconstruction of historical buildings dating from the 13th-20th Centuries. Reconstruction is always an ongoing process and yet this is definitely a city that has bounced back. There is much to see and do here. Here are some of the best of Warsaw's many attractions:
Palace of Culture and Science
This is the tallest building in Poland and the eight tallest in the European Union. This is ...
... was not our choice, they were Michal's. In fact, there is no way I would have ordered some of these dishes. We had lard spread on bread, bigos and, get this, pigs feet in natural gelatin. Actually, it was tasty. I'm not sure if the pigs feet was tasty or whether the vodka dulled my senses and I only thought it was tasty. At any rate, I'm glad I tried it. But that has to be the weirdest thing I have ever ate, not just ...
I got up at 7am, showered, dressed and then went down to breakfast. After eating – food was ok, general hotel breakfast, i then went back to the room and got ready for the day. I also downloaded and sorted pictures from my camera. Then it was time to meet up with the group for one last city tour.
We meet up with our local guide, got on the coach and began the Warsaw city tour. We drove around the city seeing various ...
Well, well, well... First class hey? It was a train dating from WW II, I think. There were 6 seats per cabin, 3 and 3 facing each other, with the knees touching in the middle. Since we were 4 in the cabin, it was tight. Fortunately the lady left to sit somewhere else so we had more room. It was hot, the AC was not working, and it stopped in every city along the way. The outcome: a 4h45 min train ride to travel 300km! I was in desperate need of space and a shower when I ...
... feel bad for the museum workers because I don't think that many people come to visit them. When we left the museum it was almost dark.
We decided that we were going to have the traditional Polish dish of perogies for dinner. At the supermarket we found some freshly made perogies stuffed with mushrooms, sauerkraut, and onions. We picked up some Brussels sprouts to go along with them. I have been craving the sprouts lately for some reason. I never liked them until ...