Courtyard by Marriott Warsaw Airport
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Marekbialczak stayed here on Nov 9, 2014 during their trip titled: Marekbialczak's Great Adventure.
... journey was 8 hours long. When we arrive in Warsaw it was very easy to spot our hotel, the Marriott. It was big and just across the road from the bus stop. We chose that hotel on purpose because of its location. It was 10pm and we didn't want to mess with taxis. At the hotel desk Pieter asked for a room high up and too our amazement, perhaps because we looked so worn out, the guy upgraded us to a room on the top floor with two ...
... Science. It was silhouetted against the red-tinged clouds in the dying light of day, and what a sight it was.
Wikipedia tells us that it’s 757 feet tall (or 237 meters) and is the tallest building in Poland. The building was a "gift" from the people of Soviet Russia in 1955, using the term gift very lightly. While Poland may not have had to pay for it in currency, it certainly paid for the structure in psychological capital. ...
... architect's style? He was such a sweet man - he asked us to go see his friend's paintings (which sadly weren't as striking as his). He also offered us discounts unasked and took great pains to ensure Shobs and I were both happy with the prices we were paying (which were really really quite good even without the discount). He then took great pains to properly pack our buys. The world needs more such ...
... the impression that we were intruding on them! To top it off one of the ladies stepped on Sara’s toes three times, doubtful that that was not intentional! Sara’s colourful language at this did not seem to register with them. None of the ladies spoke English, and we didn’t speak Polish, which made it a bit hard to complain or come to any sort of compromise.
At one point during Sara had enough and decided to ...