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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... Socialist Realism" (also derisively called "Stalinist Grotesque") - large concrete blocks of buildings, many still standing as apartment buildings, or "official" monumental buildings, a style much favoured by the Soviets and evident throughout their former empire. Warsaw even has a wedding-cake style building, the Palace of Culture and Science, a "gift" to Poland from Stalin which according to our guide was paid for by Poland although built in the early '50's by Soviet workers. The ...
... of Warsaw was destroyed during the war. We covered miles today but it was worth it. Warsaw is an impressive place, wide streets and footpaths, lots of open spaces and a public transport system that must rival the best in the world. Pork is the main meat eaten in Poland. A Chopin musical recital was very much enjoyed by our tour group which numbers 36, including a dozen ...
... new museum gives live to a city that for so long did not have it.
This was the end of a great trip. We cannot say it was fun but we can say it was a journey both spiritual and emotional and allowed us to connect with each other and our heritage in a way that no other trip has done. What we learned is that people went through so much to save each other, our religion and our culture. It is obligation to teach this to our children ...
... years older than me made me think about the situation that I would of been in if I were there.They're is an immense amount of bravery needed for a group of people so young to take on such a huge, powerful enemy. From Mila 18 we moved to the new Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Since the museum is not even open yet we didnt get to tour the museum, howerer we did get to some things. Outside the museum is the first monument put up ...
... the Iron Curtain. This restaurant used to be a meeting place for those Polish dissidents who ran the Polish Radio Free Europe station in Warsaw that sent news to the people all over Poland. The now owner of the restaurant was once one of those volunteers who risked their lives to provide Radio-free Europe to the people of Poland. His name is Max, and he sat reading a novel next to us while we ate.Back to the hotel by 9:00 p.m.In bed by 10:00 p.m.