Hotel Harenda

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

          Warsaw Packed

          A travel blog entry by cathalchu on Oct 12, 2015

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          ... strolled around downtown Warsaw. Spent most of the day in Złote Tarasy, across from The Palace of Culture. It’s a modern five-floor shopping mall with a glass roof resembling a billowing tent. It was also mysteriously full of young shoppers who surely should have been at work or school? Instead of seeking out an exotic local restaurant for lunch, I took the safe option of the Hard Rock Café at Złote Tarasy in the company of some departing ...

          Warsaw stories

          A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Aug 30, 2015

          1 comment, 27 photos

          ... br>
          We also touched on some of the Jewish history of Warsaw of course, there was a wall plaque showing the extent of the walls, some of which had actually been in place before the Nazis came but they just called it the ghetto and made them higher and put barbed wire on top to keep the Jews inside. We did a Jewish walking tour in the afternoon so more on that subject later………

          Part way round the city walls was the Justice ...

          The Rising of Warsaw.

          A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Jun 19, 2015

          3 comments, 7 photos

          ... been decided it didn't take long for 265,000 Jews to be loaded into cattle wagons destined for the Treblinka Gas Chambers. On 19 April, 1943 the Ghetto Uprising commenced but it was a doomed struggle. By 16 May the Uprising was over and those remaining were shipped to Treblinka.

          With its terrible recent history you would think it would be hard to move on but the Poles seem to have done that. The Poles seem very happy and are very friendly and ...

          Cupids and Mermaids

          A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Feb 14, 2015

          13 photos

          ... for the past year, but we usually rent a car for the week when we travel.

          It worked out pretty well! From the airport we took a bus to our hotel, dropped our bags, and set out on foot for the rest of our stay. We weren't far from the city center and spent some time there looking at the architecture and their multi-colored facades. Street vendors were still out from what looked like the lingering shops of a Christmas market ...

          Warsaw History...Flight to Amsterdam

          A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 25, 2014

          1 comment

          We saw the sewers where Poles escaped from the city. They were prisoners in their own city. At the end of the Black L on the road is the sewer. We saw the monuments that represent the Polish people who were uprising against the Germans. On the bottom of the monument is the names of the soldier groups that rose against the nazis. When Hitler heard about the uprising, he said to destroy the city of Warsaw and all of the people. Our guide's grandmother is one of the ...