- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... which was a bonus. Unfortunately the noise and motion of the train meant I didn't get much sleep, but around midday I arrived in Warsaw and checked in to my hostel. I spent the afternoon having a walk around the lovely old town of Warsaw and a visit to the Marie Curie museum opposite her birthplace. The museum was very small and a bit disappointing as it doesn't explain much about ...
... case, no one there could tell us where we could ACTUALLY purchase tickets. We again had to turn to asking random students/commuters for advice, and after several declined to help, we finally happened on someone who graciously gave us directions to the closest station.
Once we made our way into the city, we stopped at a restaurant on Świętokrzyska called Aioli, which drew us in with its aesthetic and ambiance. Jaclyn quickly found a pasta dish ...
... beer, talked football and waited patiently. We then returned to the apartment to play cards, before walking to a local restaurant for dinner. I went for a mixed grill, the best Polish meal I've had so far! We were up for breakfast again bright and early the following day. The main highlight was an old lady across the road desperately trying to sell the apples she had in her bag, although my Nutella pancakes weren't bad either! After breakfast, we decided we would ...
... countries! Belarus?? He was happy we were travelling by bus to Vilnius as the train to Vilnius goes via Belarus; that way you need a visa, the Belarussian's check your passport AND go through your luggage at the border, old Soviet Union style apparently!! Retired to our spacious apartment to write up an account of the days happenings before we forget! And we now have a "sound & light show" outside (9:15pm), thunder, lightening and it's ...
... world war and becoming an interesting and lively city. Our lovely hotel Polonia Palace was across the street from the imposing Palace of Culture and Science and the central station, a very central place to stay. Just a couple of blocks away, the beautiful avenues of Nowvy Swiat and Krakowskie, full of impressive buildings, lead to the picture-perfect Stare Miasto. Walking around its little streets ...