Boss Hotel

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

Warsaw - day 2

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 04, 2014

15 photos

... if they could book bus tickets to Vilnius for us, no, but you can use the computer over there. See the reason we did this is because you have to print out your ticket, I don't have a printer with me. Got through that one and got the tickets printed off but rang the bus service just to make sure we were on Wednesdays bus. It's a 9 hour trip there, hope they make plenty of refreshment stops AND have a toilet on board! PM - Time for lunch, what ...

"Czesc!" - Hello in Polish!

A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 09, 2014

8 comments, 6 photos

... baggage claim/terminal area. Already this was a different culture, different pace of life, more what Ben and I wanted to explore!! We were in Poland and found out very quickly that the language was entirely different than Spanish and much harder to even guess what it said. I kind of just had to laugh bc I had no clue and I felt lost already and we hadn't even left the airport!! From here I knew this was where the fun of traveling begins and the fun of learning ...

Warsaw uprisen

A travel blog entry by ozvere on Sep 13, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

... of the Vistula River opposite Warsaw on 1st September, watched it all happen and did not "liberate" Warsaw until January 1945. They found that 200,000 of the inhabitants had been killed, all (except for 1,000 "City Rats") remaining citizens had been deported and the Nazis had systematically reduced 90% of the city a pile of rubble.

Guess what? Warsaw today is a ...

The Beginning

A travel blog entry by mmoonan on Jul 12, 2013

24 photos

... down in the front row (we think of the airport departure gate like a Broadway show and we always get good seats) three elderly women dressed in leisure suits and those signature beige walking shoes (half sneaker, half something) sat down next to us. The “show” began when one of them noticed I had my feet up on my carry-on suitcase and remarked out loud to her friends that she wished she could put her feet up ...

Entering the Vodka belt

A travel blog entry by billynomates on Jan 24, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... need to. So the Nacho challenge commenced a humongous portion of Nacho's (the photo doesn't do it credit) was polished off by Ross. Shot glass 43 in hand its time to leave Warsaw.

We enjoyed our time in Warsaw but it is hard to describe this city in words as on first glance it looks like a very quaint historic town but on closer inspection virtually everything (approx. 85%) has been reconstructed post war. It feels very surreal as ...