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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... Mercedes limo door to door.
I had already checked in online the night before so it was just the bag drop. What would the weight be? Haha. And to my delight it was 20.0 - 20.1kg (it kept flashing back n’ forth). Perfect. I certainly know my luggage and how much **** can fit inside!
I connect thru Frankfurt with a short layover….hopefully things go better than they did on the way here! Fingers crossed for no delays.
... elsewhere. But the gardens were great and some of the rooms were very nicely decorated, particularly the hunting room, with its carvings of deer heads sticking out of the walls where they met the ceiling. We returned home, watched the rain bucketing down, then went for a walk down Warsaw's main boulevard, full of pretty little cafes and posh shops. We chose Mexican food tonight, though I copped out with a spicy burger.
Thursday was ...
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And oh boy did it ever!!! We got completely lost on our route to our hostel. We got off the bus to the train and had no idea from there. We finally decided to just get off the train and ended up in a small town where not one person spoke any bit of English. We eventually walked down the road a little and found a taxi sign and 3 older Polish gentleman talking waiting by their cars. They did not speak English, but Ben showed them the address of ...
Today, Sunday, we had a lazy start to the day as nothing much opens until late morning. After breakfast we strolled to the old city -about 30 mins. (Remember it is not that old as it was reconstructed after WWII). We had coffee at a cafe on Castle Square sand sat people watching. It was another lovely sunny morning and people were out and about. The cafe was right opposite St Anne's church. I don't think I mentioned ...
... will hear over the next two days is hard to comprehend, and certainly adds a note of gravity to the tour; not pleasant, but important to hear. Afternoon free time was spent walking around different parts of the city on our own, and of course eating al fresco whenever we can. We have a new drink of choice, Bison vodka and apple juice.....you don't realize how fast you are getting totally gooned. Spent the evening in the ...