Gromada Dom Chlopa Hotel
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... to two 'free admiasion' museums and past one brewery with a happy hour. The museums were not exactly close to the old town and we had another nice walk across the city. We first arrived to the Museum of the Prison Pawiak. At first we thought it was just an outdoor museum but then we saw the doors. Wouldn't you know it, the museum is closed on Mondays (and Tuesdays). On our walk to the second museum we passed through a park where a news interview was in progress. We were definitely ...
... literally translates to "Baths Park". Little did I know that Lazienki Park is one of the largest parks in Warsaw originally designed in the 17th century in baroque stye meaning not a good place to break in my brand new Toms. Ouch! my poor feet.
After several hours of walking in pain, we got hungry and stumbled across Mleczarnia Jerozolimska. "Bar Mleczarnia" means milk bar in Polish. Milk bars ...
... around the corner from the Marriott at the Radio Café. WE sat outside on a beautiful cool summer evening and ordered gazpacho, perogies, and stuffed cabbage with boiled potatoes and slaw salad. The restaurant gets its name from the old days of communist rule when it was nearly impossible for the polish people to get news from the outside “free” world. U.S. President Eisenhower had established Radio Free Europe to provide news to the ...
... your meal. We tried fra diavalo pierogis (pork, beef, paprika, fried onion, marjoram) and borscht. It was so delicious.On our way back to the hotel we stopped for donuts and ice cream at a famous bakery, A. Blikle. The paczki (rose flavored jelly donuts) were nothing special but the ice cream was amazing - and cheap! $1.00 for a scoop in a cone!
We made it back to the room and in bed by 9:00 p.m. very jet-lagged. Slept for 10 hours. ...
... II-Birkinau, both truly amazing sites. Never realized just how big II was. I is now a museum, but the sheer size of Aushwitz II is just mindblowing. Took some incredible photographs, even when I wasn't supposed to, oops. This Polish language is neat too, L's with slashes through them and a whole lot of vvvvvv. Can't wait to get things started on my own since I'm just going along with the family so far...Nice hotel we're staying at, all for free ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility