Hotel Ibis Warszawa Ostrobramska
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Everything expected of an IBIS chain hotel. Only problem is that the web says close to city centre, however we thought it was out of the way. It does however have WIFI, a large supermarket very close and a tram line giving access to the central city.
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... the city I just left that afternoon! Doh! I didn’t have to go back to Vilnius after all. But I’m still glad I did as I had a very nice evening.
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... it back to the old town square.
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That is the Poland we come to learn about and to ...