Hotel Praski

Address: Solidarnosci 61 , Warsaw, Central Poland, 03-402 , Poland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Stara Praga area of Warsaw, is near Royal Castle (Zamek Krolewski), City Zoo, Old Town Wall, and Praga.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Warsaw

A Βudget option!

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Jul 01, 2015

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... quite narrow beds but very uncomfortable soft pillows.

No balcony and a window that was not easy to open more than an inch.
A kettle for tea or coffee was provided as well as a hairdryer but there was no mini fridge in the room.

The bathroom was also quite small but it was fine for that one night. No plastic cap provided, no shampoo or body lotion, just a ...

Doing Nothing All Day Is Exhausting

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on May 01, 2015

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... it all a bit overwhelming. Even walking around trying to find a cheap feed did my head in. I think it's due to being exhausted from a day of travelling. Sitting around in a train all day gets rather tiring. I'm chilling out tonight so I can go sightseeing tomorrow. There's also a pub crawl tomorrow night which I think I just may have to join.


PS - I had a juice box on the train. It was ...

Things that go bump in the night

A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 02, 2014

... to get through. Paul was right, there wasn't much about Schindler. There was a half-hour documentary about working in his factory and his desk, and that was about it. Instead, the whole thing was dedicated to Krakow under Nazi occupation in World War II. From there we caught a taxi back into the old town. It was a 15-minute trip, so I'm not sure how we would've gone if we'd walked. We stopped at St Andrew's church, one of the oldest in Poland having been built in the 11th century. ...

Warsaw in summer!

A travel blog entry by ulka on Aug 14, 2014

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... about people in Poland – it’s like two different kind of people living here, one type during winter months and the other, during the summer months. One kind is depressed, frown, unhappy, with no smile and kind words, frozen by the cold weather during Polish cold winters and rainy autumns. The other kind is happy, alive, smiley, with cheerful face and nice, ...

A Touchy Subject

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 22, 2014


... the Jewish community had, generally speaking, supported more left of center political ideologies. Because communism is a leftist ideology, Polish society often drew an imaginary connection between Jews and communism. It's not justifiable, and it certainly does not make sense, but that's the reality. In the eyes of some Polish individuals, the Nazis and the communist would never have come to Poland if it hadn't been for the Jewish community.