Airport Hotel Okecie
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
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Our two days in Warsaw were nice and slow and that's the way we like it. Tuesday was sleeping in, amazing European haircuts and even better European hospitality. My Grandma sheltered us, fed us and even bought us chocolate ice cream. Aside from a misplaced cell phone (oops, my bad) everything was smooth sailing. Wednesday was spent altering our ...
... number 1. I started at 4 and then jumped to 6. It was weird. A girl at my hostel told me about it the night before and I had the same problem. None the less it was a really good museum and gave you an inside of what happened during the war. One thing that impressed me was that they had a printing room in the sewers which used massive machine to print leaflets, newspapers and articles about the war. After the museum I went back to the hostel for a spot of lunch ...
... what they were thinking. The good part of the museum is how proud and brave the resistance fighters were portrayed. Not only the soldiers, but men, women, children who took part in the uprising. They fought with little support from the allies, insufficient weapons and little chance of victory. Even if they were to have beat the Nazis, they still had to deal with Russia. Like I said, it was bleak, but it makes you proud to be Polish. - ...
... the war, two people did. Together with others they were able to find two of the areas where items were hid and these are now housed at the institute. There is still a third area which today sits below the Chinese Embassy. It is really odd to think treasures, letters and other historical documents are under the ground. Hopefully one day these can be retrieved.
Following this we went on to the monument of the Ghetto Heroes ...
... checked in and sleeping by 20 after six. We did not wake up again until around 10:30 and even then we could have slept longer.
Once we had a small breakfast and cleaned up a bit we set out to take advantage of two of the museums that offer free admission on Sundays. They were a bit of a walk away but it was a little warmer this time. Also this time my toes stayed nice and toasty with the toe warmers. What a great invention.
The first place we stopped at was ...