Hotel Premiere Classe Varsovie

Towarowa 2, Warsaw, Central Poland, 811, Poland | 1 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Warsaw

    The Reality Behind Intensity

    A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 24, 2014

    ... and dozens of memorials commemorating the Warsaw Uprising. And while they all uniquely highlight one specific individual or aspect of the Warsaw Uprising, they are all still ultimately all about the Warsaw Uprising. You are constantly reminded of it everywhere.

    But the second, and perhaps the more interesting realization is that the Poles more frequently display intense and graphic pictures of suffering. Vivid images of the dead ...

    Lonely awning

    A travel blog entry by cariverga on Jan 16, 2013

    ... 10 85;я: ветре 85;ная, засне 78;енная и груст 85;ая. Хоть и чудно украш 77;нная. Стоит лишь ...

    Manic Monday

    A travel blog entry by mikasia16 on Jul 23, 2012

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    ... Ania's husband, gave me some milk with honey and I almost immediately went to sleep. I even dreamt for a couple of hours!

    For the rest of the day I enjoyed just hanging around with Ania's family, I cooked tomato soup, played with Tomek and Pawel, quarreled with Maciek's friend who never lived a day in the US and thinks he knows its political system better than I. Really?!

    I have high hopes for sleep tonight...

    What to do in Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Apr 28, 2012

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    ... it's off to the Praga district across the river, and a big park where 2 palaces are. How's that for filling 48 hours? A laid back 48 hours, but if you want more, I can definitely suggest other places to visit including The Warsaw Uprising Museum, the castle (which is free on Sundays) and more!

    The nice thing about a late dinner, seeing some of the night lights =) Beautiful surprise to see the Palace of Culture all lit up like a rainbow.

    Warsaw - Our final city

    A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 09, 2011

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    ... knew we weren't going to be thrown off the train, we were able to enjoy the passage of the Polish countryside. It reminded us of the Midwest, but with smaller fields, rolling hills, and more trees. We had the window open and enjoyed the sun and a cool breeze.

    Arriving in Warsaw, there was absolutely no drama as our driver was waiting for us with our names on a sign about 10 feet from where we exited the train. As we ...