Gromada Dom Chlopa Hotel
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8th - 9th Feb My bus pulled into Warsaw Central station around 5.30am, which was annoying because I couldn't check into a hostel at that time. I tried to find a little corner in the station where I could fall asleep for an hour or so, but half an hour into my sleep I got woken up by the police telling me that I can't sleep there, I was so annoyed. All I wanted to do was sleep. I decided to look at my lonely planet to see where else I can go after Warsaw before I ...
... from Krakow seem to give Warsaw a bad rap, as I too thought it was an amazing city from what it was, what it lost, and how it has come back from all it's challenges. I liked the bed at the Between Us B&B and the shower there was fantastic. The "Polish Your Cooking" class was a highlight and a way that I can bring back a little of Poland back for my family and friends to enjoy. As the stereotype goes, the Polish are very clean people. For all ...
... the war, two people did. Together with others they were able to find two of the areas where items were hid and these are now housed at the institute. There is still a third area which today sits below the Chinese Embassy. It is really odd to think treasures, letters and other historical documents are under the ground. Hopefully one day these can be retrieved.
Following this we went on to the monument of the Ghetto Heroes ...
... The kitchen and lounge were at the bottom. The bedroom and bathroom at the top. Both levels had a tv. And the view was spectacular. Being so late, we were grateful to find an italian restaurant open in the hotel. It was very posh and the food was fantastic. Ravioli and pizza. Back on our floor we couldn't resist a visit to the posh bar. Some very trendy looking people were there. We had cherry vodka and some cocktails. It was ...
... allowed low paid workers to be able to eat a meal out. To this day they are still some of the cheapest places to get traditional Polish food. We walked into an empty milk bar in the middle of old town and were greeted in Polish by a large woman with a deep voice behind the counter. John ordered a borscht. Now, this is a typical Ukraine dish but he wanted to try it. The lady served up a bowl and then looked at me. She kept gesturing at me and speaking rapid Polish. I think ...