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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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I've tried many things today, from the old soviet milk bar : canteen that were common and popular during the communist time. The name comes from its typical past menu , mostly dairy and flour dishes. During communism, meat supplies were restricted. The unique atmosphere brings back the memory of past time. Milk bars ...
... in progress. One even has someone playing its organ.
Jonathan and I walk on the main illuminated pedestrian streets through the old town, from one square to another. The squares have all been rebuilt since the war, and the architectural style has adhered as closely as possible to the original plan. As a result of this meticulous reconstruction, completed only in 1962, the area is included on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites.
... night. Sunday 11th - this morning we did a free walking tour of Warsaw. We visited the castle, the old town, the Jewish ghetto, monuments/statues and so on. Our tour guide was brilliant, full of so much information! It was a mostly Aussie tour as there were a few older couples on holidays together and turns out all are teachers! After our tour we stopped in at a coffee shop for a rest and a drink. We had organised to catch ...
... all, was Poland, so the burger came topped with both sweet and sour pickles, quite nice.
Just after finishing our meal, up saunters this slim, prancing late-middle-aged lady dressed in a floppy hat, and she immediately starts talking to us. She was quite interested in what brought us to Warsaw, what did we think of the city, what did we do for our careers, a lot of what’s and why’s. After, about 15-20 minutes of conversation that included ...
... mine were the only obviously foreign faces; the piles of hair at Auschwitz and the video testimony of an old Polish professor who survived Auschwitz (amazingly peppered with delightful humour and irony).
Wooden houses, a border crossing, navigation that went slightly wrong but still was right, RadioZet (FM17.13) which played English songs we knew and some Polish ones that began to sound familiar by the end of the week, ...Siān's and Shob's personal mission to get me singing along ...