Boss Hotel

Address: 20 Zwanowiecka Street, Warsaw, Central Poland, 04-849, Poland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Falenica area of Warsaw, is near Wilanow Palace (Palac Wilanow) and Teatr Polski.
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      Travel Blogs from Warsaw

      Wrong turn Warsaw

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 05, 2014

      8 photos

      ... for a while before grabbing some soup to take home for dinner.The good times at the hostel continued on our return being greeted with an overflowing sink of filthy dishes and more around the kitchen, with everybody in the place being pricks it was up to Brendon to drain this before we could enjoy our soup.Deciding it was time to head to bed we got to our room to receive an urgent message from Ric*******e of Brendon’s brothers that there was a massive train strike ...

      6 months on the road

      A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Oct 03, 2014

      4 photos

      6 months ago, on April the 3rd 2014, I set off from Stansted airport and began my trip around Europe. So, where am I now...

      What are the highlights of your trip so far?

      A real tough question as there are so many memorable moments, but I'll try and pick out a few!

      •Working in Sarandė- This was better than I could have imagined! Despite knowing how long I would be working and living there, I had thought very little about what the place would be ...

      The Reality Behind Intensity

      A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 24, 2014

      ... Some of the photographs were so graphic that they are literally displayed in separate rooms with a curtain covering the entrance and a warning label just outside. I made the mistake of not taking the warning seriously. I didn't make that mistake again.

      I admit, this sort of intensive documentation of the Holocaust is bothersome. To me it is an example of exploitation in order to gain a manufactured response. And the response ...

      "Czesc!" - Hello in Polish!

      A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 09, 2014

      8 comments, 6 photos

      ... people and when they eventually got complete control of their own country back (late 80s or 90s, I forget), they had much angst and regret about the building. The building was almost completely torn down after the Russian power fell, but then the Polish decided to leave it because it was part of their history and culture. Many Polish people still despise the building and carries a negative impact into their day when they see it.

      Amanda and I kept ...

      The Polish Captial

      A travel blog entry by wjtoh on Dec 15, 2013

      3 photos

      ... and consists of famous works from Chopin. Regrettably the timing was off for such a concert, but the view was still incredibly alluring to the senses, a perfect place to indulge in classical music.

      As evening draws closer we head to the Old Town of Warsaw, with the scene filled with Christmas lights and shops. Another famous Polish, Marie Curie, who won the Nobel Prize in science researches like radioactivity, was born around the ...