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TravelPod Member ReviewsHetman Hotel Warsaw
Excellent breakfast, complimentary water and tea/coffee in each room.
Very nice, well lit, bathroom with excellent water pressure.
Very helpful staff.
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Warsaw today, beginning to lose track of where I am!
Warsaw looks like a lovely old city but it isn't. In the Warsaw Rising Museum I saw a 3D flight over the remains after the Germans were kicked out. Nothing is left but a few building facades, the whole of the old part is reconstructed. The film reminded me of Hiroshima.
Given my …
... old town.
Being a Sunday we had the bonus of a lot of museums and exhibits having free entry so we did a tour of the Royal Palace and it's many rooms.
Following that we caught a tram and then subway to the Polish Army Museum (again free) to look at exhibits of former Polish tanks, planes and artillery items. For some reason I have always liked Russian military planes, not sure why but they just look cool so I got see a MIG-21 and MIG-29 ...
... II-Birkinau, both truly amazing sites. Never realized just how big II was. I is now a museum, but the sheer size of Aushwitz II is just mindblowing. Took some incredible photographs, even when I wasn't supposed to, oops. This Polish language is neat too, L's with slashes through them and a whole lot of vvvvvv. Can't wait to get things started on my own since I'm just going along with the family so far...Nice hotel we're staying at, all for free ...
... arm in arm, hand in hand, or with friends. The Christmas lights were perfectly strung, all white, lining the street. I saw more churches than in any other city, except maybe Italy. Poland is still very Catholic, some crazy percentage of people say they are still practicing Catholics. Chopin’s heart is buried under the pillar in one sparkly little church. Plaques showing paintings of the street from the 18th century were scattered ...
... locate a street we were told that contained lots of milkbars. After a long time searching the streets we couldn't locate any milkbars and ended up inside a Carrefour supermarket! What is really cool is that you can buy hot food from their deli area and eat it in the supermarket. Having never done that before we ate dinner in a supermarket and suprisingly were able to buy things like pierogi and kielbasa so it was quite authentic!