Hotel Ibis Warszawa Ostrobramska
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ibis Warszawa Ostrobramska Warsaw
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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... I could use my rail pass for. At the end of 22 days, I had only been able to use 7 of the ten journeys and there's no refund for underused passes, which is a shame. If you're travelling in Western Europe, and are likely to use all the journeys, it's definitely worthwhile. But not in cheaper countries. We live and learn.
... one of the employees about the CS meeting she told us to follow her. she brought us to some tables, where she already started speaking to 2 of the costumers sitting there. of course we didn't understand a word of what they were saying but in the end the guy sitting there stood up, flip his full pint of beer upside down on the table and left. when I ordered two beers we even got them for free ''because of this problems''.
Unfortunately at the meeting there was no ...
... tour but it definitely sounds the most fun - I think hes got it cracked!
After the walking tour it was obviously about time we stopped for a meal! For this we decided to head out of the old town but still stick to fairly traditional meals. Tom had meat pie - although this actually turned out to be the weirdest pie ever and was actually a corned beef style meat! Mum had a traditional Polish soup with sausage and a hard boiled egg (!) served in a giant bread roll ...
... or soft boiled eggs, pastry, bread, and various types of coffees or tea and juice.) Weather is sunny today and believe the same in Warsaw. Left hotel about 11:20 AM to take train (Sbahn) to airport for 2:40 PM flight.
Arrived at Munich airport at 12:15. Checked our bags at the self-service luggage drop (scary since this is the first time we have checked our luggage on the trip). Went ...
Today we got up super early to catch the 6:30am train to Warsaw, about a 6 hour train ride. Then after settling into our hotel we went out for perogies! Anyone that knows me knows of my deep love of these Polish potato dumplings. The small serving was of 9 perogies, and our tour leader said that would be enough, but I knew better. We could order them individually as long as you had a minimum total of 9. ...