Hotel Premiere Classe Varsovie
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... obviously had control.
The next part of the adventure was to catch a bus to Krackow. This bus was about four hours and was costing us 20 Ziloty. We went shopping and bought supplies for the trip, making some rolls to take with us. The bus left at 3 so a lot of the trip was in the dark. We arrived in Kracow in the dark. Like most instructions on the Hostelworld site, the instructions to the hostel were not very clear, and we got lost, then we found our way and then we ...
... Monday evening rush hour on the transit system in Warsaw - fun to watch. After dinner we went back to the hotel and took the elevator to the 40th floor to get a good panorama view of Warsaw, the Wisla River and beyond. Took lots of pictures of the red velvet/red carpeted/red curtain observation room. Back down to floor 33 to pack for Kracow in the morning.
... walk along the famous street leading to the Old Town, Krakowskie Przedmieście. By our luck we saw a man trying to remove ice that was built up from the snow that had fallen on a roof. With a longer than average wooden stick he managed to free the ice which smashed into pieces on the ground. It was quite the riveting actually. At one stage we saw a lady trying to enter a bank door entrance narrowly miss a huge block of ice that fell. Crazy times in Warsaw!
... with tourists.
We jostled through to a set of walled gates into the outskirts where we knew that we would find some lunch that didn’t include the “old town tax”. The old town tax is an unofficial tax that magically gets added to all meal & beverage prices as soon as you enter the walls of any of the old towns. No different to theme parks & sporting events back home only here we have the option to get out to eat & drink somewhere ...
... ride yesterday which is good and it gives you time to get your bearings of the city so as to go
sightseeing later. They also give you lots of good information regards the city
and the people. Which brings me to a point that I found out and will help all
of you people understand “Wanda” a little more.Apparently,(Im not saying this is true….) Polish people
show less emotions and don’t ...