Gromada Dom Chlopa Hotel
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... old and new city of Warsaw. The city was totally ruined in 1944 by the invasion of Germany from the east and the Soviets from the west. Warsaw liberation army wanted independence and fought vehemently against the Nazi invasion and occupation of Poland. They welcomed the arrival of the Soviets and hoped for support from them in the battle, unfortunately this was not to be. The Soviets waited in haste for the battle to burn out and once the hour arrived, they moved in and ...
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... in Poland, running north from the Carpathian Mountains to the Baltic & saw the huge football stadium before returning to the west side of the river passing the Memorial to the Warsaw rising of 1944 into the old part of the city which also has been completely reconstructed, based on paintings of Canaletto. We walked around the old town & saw, amongst other places, the birthplace of Marie Curie. One church had been used in the rising as a hospital & when ...
... in Europe! You must buy it by the bottle and it is very expensive. In Belgium and Germany we were always buying water. In Poland, however, they serve it in pitchers at the table! It was wonderful!
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