Gromada Dom Chlopa Hotel
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... Polish dumplings) dinner with Patrick. He’s a Dubliner now working as a translator in Berlin who took the five hour train journey to be here. It had been a year since I saw him last in Gelsenkirchen so it was great to catch up. Afterwards, we went for a drink at the Warsaw Tortilla Factory. This was the designated meeting point for Irish fans arriving in the Polish capital for the game (and handily just down the street from The Rialto). Thought ...
I'd found the website for Free Tours of Warsaw’ on Trip Advisor, they had good reviews so I chose a morning walking tour of the old town at 10.30. We slept solidly for six or seven hours which was a blessing, showered then headed off to find our way to Sigismund’s column in the old town. We tried to take the metro but it was far too complicated, ended up getting a taxi at a nearby hotel and paid through the nose, twice the price of getting us from ...
... Eurostar aside) and of course we had a time sensitive connection to make in Poznan. But the driver was magically able to catch up the time and we got to Warsaw smooth as butter where we were greeted by my Babcia (grandma) and a lot of good food. And beds. Beautiful beds that were in our own rooms and not shared with with eight other people. I love ...
Po weryfikacji prognozy pogody jaka aktualnie obowiazuje w tajlandii (33 stopnie w dzien/ 26 w nocy) zostawiłem połowe ciuchów ktore zabrałem z krakowa - plecak lzejszy i gotowy do lotu. Wydaje sie ze mam wszystko oprocz jasno okreslonego planu podrozy ;) Odprawa online zaliczona ! Pierwszy raz w iphone przydaje sie wbudowana aplikacja passbook, ktory przechowuje rezerwacje z linii lotniczych i booking - wszystko pod reka ;) No to lece ...
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In 1970, The Chancellor of Germany, Willy Brandt, traveled to Warsaw. On his tour of the city, he was brought in front of the Memorial to the Victims of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Overwhelmed by emotion and completely lost for words, Brandt fell to his knees in front of the Memorial and in front of a crowd of people as an apologetic gesture. Brandt had not planned this gesture before he arrived. He did not know that it was going to ...