Hotel Mazowiecki

ul. Mazowiecka, 10, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-048, Poland | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Warsaw

A day off in Warsaw

A travel blog entry by ejm56


... the world. It was his visit to Poland in 1979 that galvanised the Polish population into standing up against their communist masters, and which lead to the founding of the Solidarity opposition movement.
Interestingly, there was a fascinating outdoor exhibition near the parliament building concerning Solidarity's landslide victory in the 1989 election. That victory in turn inspired the further protests we have discovered in Leipzig. Obviously, ...

Happy Birthday DC

A travel blog entry by williams2013


... train - 300kph of railway pleasure! Looking for our first decent pasta meal in Italy (ok, the lasagne entree on Venice Island was pretty good, there just wasn't enough of it), we tried the pasta bar just down the road from the hotel - and were sadly left underwhelmed. The taste was good, but just too salty for our palates, so we left Italy disappointed in the pasta offerings :( Luckily the atmosphere, pizza tasting ...

Polishing up our dumplings

A travel blog entry by georgous_travel


... In the wake of this unprecedented planned destruction and ethnic cleansing, 800 000 civilians were killed. At the time that was 60% of the population. We drove into Warsaw on the 26th of July and spent two nights there. Ninety percent of Warsaw, Poland was destroyed in 1944 and when they rebuilt, they did something very brave and honourable. They built replicas of every building and every town to be exactly the same as before it was destroyed. When ...

Today Chopin, tomorrow "The Old Town"

A travel blog entry by mauveme


... to have a traditional Polish lunch - just have to choose one out of three recommendations from my host. Have crossed off two from reviews found on the net.

Attached is sketch done of Chopin which Chopin thought was the closest to his appearance. I couldn't take it on a different angle, as the lights were glaring on the glass. And apparently he was absolutely fascinated with women! Well, can you blame him???

Frequently Asked Questions

A travel blog entry by elaine74104


... 160;Totally free!!  Keep in mind that this would have cost $44 to book reservations for both of us over raileurope.  I'm not sure that the other reservations will also be free, but it's just good to know that you don't need to plan too far ahead and you definitely don't need to pay the outrageous shipping fees to have your reservations couriered right to your door. Enjoy the pictures. More to come from Poland!   ...

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