Gromada Dom Chlopa Hotel
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... a driving tour of the city.
Our flight lands in Warsaw on time at 2pm. We collect our luggage and then make our way to the airport train station. It is about 20 minutes into the center of town, where we get off and take a taxi to our hotel. We are just blown away by the hotel (Bristol). It is a classic five-star property right next to the Presidential Palace, and a block away from Warsaw University, and just a couple of blocks from the Old ...
... your in etc! Maybe I just caught these places at the wrong time!
Best football match?
This is another tough question, but il do my best to answer it...
•The atmosphere at Rapid Vienna was unbelievable, I can only imagine what it would have been like if the result had been different! (see blog post "Another European Night") The Krakow derby was also a unique atmosphere! The ground was pretty much full, unusual for games out here, which ...
... the Jewish community had, generally speaking, supported more left of center political ideologies. Because communism is a leftist ideology, Polish society often drew an imaginary connection between Jews and communism. It's not justifiable, and it certainly does not make sense, but that's the reality. In the eyes of some Polish individuals, the Nazis and the communist would never have come to Poland if it hadn't been for the Jewish community.
... but had recently lost a lot of pride. years ago, one Ukrainian would walk into a fight with 100 men without backing down... fighting to the death and with pride in his country. Now, they have lost this pride and are at a breaking point. He said there were two potential outcomes, either Ukraine would create and maintain a good, strong government, sans corruption, or the country would entirely dissolve altogether. Obviously he hopes for the first option.
They stared in wide eyed wonder at me hurrying to find a money changer that was opened on Boxing day. I had to walk about 3 km when I found one that was opened.
So glad to hurry back to my hotel and pay- straight to sleep and showers.
So now I will be making great use of my much thank ful friend that will be accompanying me for these four weeks.
My Kathmandu jacket.
So happy for it, and so so happy that I purchased it on sale even when I didnt know when ...