Hotel Harenda

4/6 Krakowskie Przedmiescie, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-333, Poland | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Warsaw

    Four time zones in one day

    A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Sep 29, 2014

    ... I was struggling with a Polish menu, he had been quietly perusing an English menu. After I politely borrowed (i.e snatched) his menu, we both decided on the typically Polish meat dumplings. I can't tell you what sort of meat they were (I'm hoping not dog. Or squirrel), but they were pretty good, although a whole plateful was a bit much. After that, we ventured to a pub that had stopped me in my tracks earlier in the day - a Belgian pub boasting 200 Belgian beers. Could it be? Yes! ...

    A horse and a camel

    A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 15, 2014

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    ... then went for a ride in a carriage. All a bit 19th century if you ask me.
    The old town was delightful and impossible to tell it had all been rebuilt. The newer town was very grand with lots of big buildings and churches.
    In the evening they spent ages in an antique shop. Willow bought a camel saddle bag. I am not very impressed, first a horse, now a ...


    A travel blog entry by farran on Jul 13, 2013

    40 photos

    ... by the wooden synagogues. Wouldn't it be great if she invited me to return for an exhibition????

    After the Museum we met up with Sylwia Mroz, our terrific Warsaw Guide. Silvia took us on a few walking tours of the former ghetto area and nearby sites, culminating in a visit to Warsaw’s Old Town. She pointed out many highlights of the city as our driver ...

    A history lesson

    A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz on May 17, 2013

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... the museum...

    ... images of life in the ghetto were played in black and white showing busy streets and pale people in rag clothes - like the old Oliver Twist film. However, in this film the streets were littered with corpses; bodies were collected and thrown onto wooden carts like sacks of potatoes, but these loads were lifted with greater ease as they had been starved light - their torsos white like chicken breasts and legs and arms so thin ...

    Where are we? (by Ben)

    A travel blog entry by ben-pam on Dec 02, 2012

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    The journey to Berlin was largely uneventful, though someone nearly got kicked off at the German border for not having ID. We both managed to get some sleep, though a bit more would have been welcome as we weren't spending the night in Berlin so had nowhere to ...