Gromada Dom Chlopa Hotel
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... one point. The second statue shows them looking tired and defeated, they were poorly armed, had no strength due to poor nutrition, and just had no chance of defeating the Germans.
The tour was excellent and Pete and I are pretty good judges because we’ve done many on our travels. This was our first free tour though, and at the end they ask for donations which is understood and we gladly gave but I was disappointed that some only put a few ...
... Our hotel is not very far from the Station and the Palace of Culture and Science. The street is lined with restaurants and shops. Our hotel room is actually a one bedroom self contained apartment. It has a separate lounge and dining room, a kitchen and a bedroom. It is bigger than David and Ellie's home.
Just around the corner is Nowy Swiat, a beautiful street lined with restaurants, bars and shops. It reminds me of Paris. Really busy but has ...
... a little to browse the shelves and see what Polish pottery was all about. There were a few pieces that I loved, but I settled on one and we continued to the museums.
Before the day was out, we stopped into the Fryderyka Chopina Museum to pay homage to Poland's most famous cultural export. As we are not musicians ourselves, I'm sure much of the exhibits were lost on us. Some display cases showed nothing but music sheets. It seemed ...
... mermaid who visited and was the envy of all the local girls and so was made into a statue in the centre square. Our guide informed us that the Old Town part of Warsaw was rebuilt in just seven years after the war which made the exploration even more impressive! We also visited the walls of the old town and learnt why the two archways into the old town aren’t parallel. This was so that if someone was trying to use cannons to force their way into the city they could damage ...
And so we headed off East....a tram and a train stood between us and the border crossing into Poland. Next stop, Warsaw or Warszawa as it is known in Polish. A new country and a different culture, with new cuisines to sample and historical stories to hear. Our time on the train flew by and before I knew it we were gathering our luggage and pouring out onto the platform in Warsaw. At first glance, the city appeared drab and stale, with long faces and plastic billboards, but I was ...