Hotel Premiere Classe Varsovie

Address: Towarowa 2, Warsaw, Central Poland, 811, Poland | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Wola area of Warsaw, is near Warsaw Rising Museum, Palace of Culture and Science (Palac Kultury i Nauki), Fragment of Ghetto Wall, and Museum of Industry.
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      Good first impressions of Poland

      A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 08, 2015

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      ... just outside the main entrance which was dedicated to a nurse who was allowed to go into the ghetto and gave vacations and medicine to the needed. She used to smuggle children out of the ghetto under there parents supervision and try and give them a better life. She said in order of them to stay alive the had to pretend they were Christian even though they aren't. She wasn't asking to change there religion, it was just a survive tactic they used to keep people ...

      Heroism, Resistance and Renewal

      A travel blog entry by alleifer on Aug 05, 2013

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      ... the composition of the Krakow Friday night minyan. It was 1 streimel, 6 black hats (some with and some without peyos), 25 locals (some in T shirts and jeans), and the rest tourists. It is for sure the most eclectic group I ever davened with.

      So –do roots matter? On this trip I learn that they certainly do. The epicenter of Jewish life for hundreds of years – Poland – was forced by Nazism, communism and Polish anti-Semitism to become almost ...

      Day 13 - Warsaw

      A travel blog entry by suek287 on Jun 08, 2013

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      Our last day. It has been sunny and warm for the most part today. There were a few drops of rain while we were walking through the palace gardens but nothing serious. We were all quite toasty warm for most of the day. The first stop this morning was for Mass at St Anne's in Wilanow, followed by a tour of that church. Our guide then took us on a tour of an impressive 18th century palace and gardens. This palace shows much of its original art works and furniture. ...

      POLAND - Grape Tears in Warsaw

      A travel blog entry by lab99 on Sep 17, 2012

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      During world war two the town of Warsaw was completely obliterated by bombing and such from the Germans and the town lost 85% of it's buildings. Can you imagine that? Of course the human casualty, estimated at between 150,000 and 200,000, came at a much larger cost.


      A couple of months before the end of the war the Russian Soviet Army kicked the Germans out then occupied Warsaw rebuilding the ...

      Somber History

      A travel blog entry by bookiemama on Jul 19, 2012

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... Army was formed during the summer of 1944 and remains the biggest underground army in military history. On August 1, 1944, they poured out of the sewers, successfully catching the Nazis off guard. A few days later the Nazis regrouped and fought back, murdering tens of thousands. Two months after it began, the Uprising was crushed. Hitler was infuriated and ordered over 200,000 civilians to be killed and the city systematically ...