Holiday Inn Warsaw - Jozefow
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Well, finally the last stage of this epic 2,000km trip, with only a mere 60 remaining. So much free time that I went to visit the palace of Wilanów, a 18th century style residence, home of the kings and queens of Poland. and built for Jan III Sobieski in the first place. I didn't go inside Warsaw yet, as I'm staying in a campsite slightly outside but that will be for tomorrow. It's set to be an exciting night, as a thunderstorm is ...
... had been bombed and they are still working to replace them. Lots of restaurants in the square, and it was Hot, Hot. Stopped for cabbage salad and pancake with chicken and veg. Was very good. Now we started the hunt for the Chopin Museum, a long walk, asking people along the way. Chopin is my favorite composer, so I really wanted to get there, even tho we were getting weary. It is a great museum, with lots of interaction and ...
... brand it was. There are no speed limits on most parts of the autobahns for cars (trucks and buses are limited) although drivers are supposed to drive to the conditions. That one certainly wasn't but wow, it was fun to hear the noise and see the blur...
We stopped for lunch at a gorgeous place called Posnan and everyone nearly expired when they got out of the coach - the wind and cold was apparently coming straight off the Baltic Sea. If you don't know how cold ...
... culture is very different. In the UK, we drink beer until we can't walk straight, then we get into fights and argue with our girlfriends, before calling the nightclub doorman a '******' and being sick in the back of a taxi on our way home at 2:00am. Then the next Friday or Saturday night, we repeat it all over again. But in eastern Europe it's very different, especially in the northern parts. The favourite tipple here is vodka. Lots of it. And they can handle it, too. So we ...
... suite, we showered, had a light lunch and due to the naff weather decided to crash out to Baz Lurmans - Great Gatsby.
Now evening we walked to the south end of the city via the financial and commercial districts, Warsaw now looking a lot prettier with its lights on. Quite relaxed and not as many vodka sodden drunks as we expected.
As recommended we ate at Chlopskie Jadlo on Warynskiego for a taste of traditional Poland. ...