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... In the final days of the war, even Warsaw's Old Town dominated by the castle was totally destroyed. Story has it that Stalin delayed the entry of the Red Army into Warsaw to allow the Germans to complete the destruction of the city on the basis that it would make it easier for the Soviets to dominate Poland when the war ended. So complete was the destruction that consideration was even given to moving the capital elsewhere.
Reconstruction began in 1949 beginning with the Old ...
... green space that is used for many different events and activities. I was a good sport on our vodka tour. I had more trouble getting the food down than the vodka. It didn't help when our guide talked about the pigs feet not being the skin and nails - that's actually what it looked like and I couldn't get passed the thought and texture. It looked very familiar to what I feed our cat. As for the vodka, we drank some that ...
... Along with three different flavors of the local beer, pilsner for Krisit, hefeweisen for Barb and dark for me...aaaahhh.
Back to the apartment for a nap before Jason gets home. After waking up and having an obligatory gin and tonic (thanks Jason) we went to a local pizzaria for a simple dinner with red wine. The proprietor was kind enough to treat his "Hawaiian" guests to a complimentary shot of limoncella ...
Whenever people spoke of Warsaw, even Polish colleagues, they always said there was not much to see or do; that the Old Town is not impressive because it was rebuilt after the war ... so the general impression was not great. My impressions, however, were the opposite.
I quite liked Warsaw, even if the old town no longer has its medieval buildings. It was a city obliterated by the war and had to be rebuilt brick by brick. And how wonderful it ...
... a tram for just one stop then walked to our hotel, the Hotel Hittman. Well actually the Hotel Hetman, but maybe in the area of town the hotel was in the former would have been more appropriate. After checking in at the hotel a few of us headed across the road for dinner at an all you can eat restaurant, it cost 35 Zloty’s, less than ten Euro’s. Have I mentioned before the value for money food on this trip? After dinner and a beer it was off to ...