Courtyard by Marriott Warsaw Airport
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Warsaw
... create a nest in my ear, I must have had a good sleep!
Finally I made it, distance now 350km, it's like running a marathon, your though say never again, but once under the shower the world looks gloomy again.
Today I spend some time trotting around this very crazy city. It is at times very loud and hectic, because they build a huge underground system.
Tomorrow, at 7 am I take a train to Suwalki, a town close ...
... site of the train station the would deport the Jews of Warsaw (see photo). Not only is in a monument for the site but it also includes a list of first names of those who lost their lives who came from the train station(see photo). Our last stop of the walking tour was Mila 18(see photo). Mila 18 is a memorial/monument for the fighters of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Listening to the stories of the uprising and how the leaders were only ...
... not want that! After several hours we were flustered but ready to explore Warsaw. Started our tourist walk coming across by chance a part of the old wall which surrounded the old Jewish ghetto and viewed the emotional monument which symbolised all the murdered men, women and children carted off in train carriages to the camps in the 1940's. Next was a huge building the ...
We then headed off to Lazienki Park. This park is amazing. It is the Central Park of Poland. It is quite immense – goes on and on and on. Anyway, our aim for going to the park was to return to the area where the monument to Chopin is located. There are free, outdoor summer concerts there. The place was packed with locals. A young female pianist from Canada was ...
... what a bloody ******* that guy was. Anyway best view in the city is from the top of it because its the only place you can't see it. I have to say covered in snow it's breathtaking but I have some Russian ancestors somewhere so go figure. Anyway Warsaw is awesome FACT! We ate at the Platter restaurant, the head chef is Polands answer to Jamie Oliver apparently. All a bit weird, kind of fancy salt of the earth people food. We then eat at Restauracja u kucharzy located in the kitchens ...