Airport Hotel Okecie
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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Key Apartments Chmielna: The train trip went smoothly. The inter- city train was fast and smooth. On the Polish IC in first class they give you a free cup of coffee or tea plus a juice or water and a traditional polish waffle biscuit. Our arrival at Warsaw was on time and the station is clean and modern, we later learn there is a huge new shopping centre attached. We went immediately to the booking office for our tickets to Berlin. No dramas just that there was ...
... into the Stare Miasto (Old Town) area to look around. Many of the buildings leading into Old Town have been rebuilt to their original look - things were pretty much destroyed here during the War. The cafes, restaurants and shops were open and I found a nice little spot for dinner to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast of perogies. I thought that would be appropriate. However, I would still like some pumpkin pie when I get ...
And so we headed off East....a tram and a train stood between us and the border crossing into Poland. Next stop, Warsaw or Warszawa as it is known in Polish. A new country and a different culture, with new cuisines to sample and historical stories to hear. Our time on the train flew by and before I knew it we were gathering our luggage and pouring out onto the platform in Warsaw. At first glance, the city appeared drab and stale, with long faces and plastic billboards, but I was ...
... group walked around the area looking for food, we headed back to the car park where
the coach was parked and got a kebab and some souvenirs, then it was time to get back on the coach.
The next part of the journey i listened to my ipod and began to fill out the usual Contiki surveys. It was a long drive to Warsaw and we finally got to the ibis hotel at 8pm. We got our bags, found our rooms, unpacked, i did a quick sink ...
... world war and becoming an interesting and lively city. Our lovely hotel Polonia Palace was across the street from the imposing Palace of Culture and Science and the central station, a very central place to stay. Just a couple of blocks away, the beautiful avenues of Nowvy Swiat and Krakowskie, full of impressive buildings, lead to the picture-perfect Stare Miasto. Walking around its little streets ...