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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mazowiecki Warsaw
Basic accommodation in a central location.
Easy walk in to the old town, close to bus and metro station.
Close to a number of noisy nightclubs.
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We arrived by Ryanair at Modlin airport (the cheaper option) late Tuesday evening. The bus ticket information desk in the arrivals hall was closed but opposite is a ticket machine that takes Zloty notes (PLZ) and credit cards and was easy to use. The ticket to Warsaw cost 17PLZ (about £3 each). There was a bus waiting at the front of the …
So there you have it. Like in Euro 2012, we thoroughly enjoyed visiting Poland. Like in Euro 2012, we were warmly welcomed by the Poles and relished how cheap everything was. Like in Euro 2012, Ireland lost. And probably will again the next time the Irish play in Poland. But when that happens, I certainly won’t hesitate to come back. Fingers crossed for a kind draw in the Euro 2016 qualifying play-offs this Sunday.
... mirrored walls (apparently the Poles are very fond of mirrored sky scrapers) and held up in part by three giant statues of women, very impressive. Also the columns looked to be made of stone but they were actually painted iron or steel and sounded hollow, they looked very solid though. And on the other side of the building was a huge bronze depicting the Jewish uprising in 1944 with the men all full of energy, this area was close to the sewers where they ...
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 ...
... ice rink had been erected in the center of the plaza where a warrior-mermaid statue "protected" the city.
Not too far away, we found the remnants of the fortified wall that once encased the city and then popped into a small restaurant to have some local food. We don't speak a bit of Polish, but most people were able to lead us through translations on menus. That was amazingly helpful as the typed Polish language is difficult to ...