Ibis Warszawa Stare Miasto - Old Town
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Just arrived so no real review yet. But bathroom is nicer than in others I have stayed in.
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I have just arrived in Warsaw after staying in Kraków a bit longer in order to see the Jewish Quarter. I have also decided that I won't do anything tonight so I am just sitting in the hotel with a drink and I think I will order some Zurek. Here is how the day went though... Kraków/9.00/18*C I had a bit of a lie in and after I packed my …
So if Berlin was a disappointment, Warsaw was a wonderful surprise. Arriving in the evening we were greeted by the lights and glitz and glamour of Warsaw's New Town buildings. The Nero's at the entrance of the Celtralna bus and train station was a good start, as were the friendly staff ! 15 zloty, or £3, gets you a day ticket, allowing …
... places, it joins a huge mall and we ended up going to Hard Rock Café (tourist territory) for a beer and a meal, we sat outside and watched Warsaw walk by. Pete didn’t notice the prevalence of pretty girls wearing very short shorts either. I’d thought about doing a third evening Crime tour but we flagged that, headed home for a shower and Pete was sound asleep and snoring before I even got out of the bathroom. We were both asleep before 9pm after another busy but much enjoyed day. ...
... been almost completely flattened in WW2, most of the buildings in the old town had, like Wroclaw, been rebuilt in the original style. The old town is small and I was able to walk around it in less than an hour. It was still an enjoyable walk, made all the nicer by the 30°heat, at last! There are a number of squares each offering a few cafes, and some with so many flowers that you could be forgiven for thinking you'd walked into a garden centre. If there had been more ...
... with a friend of hers, a professor of philosophy and Jewish studies named Halina driving out to a town called Gura Kalawarya. For Chasidic Jews this is known as Ger, the place of origin for the Gerer Chasidim, and the seat of the Gerer Rebbe in the old days. Among the prominent Gerer Rabbis were the founder, Rabbi Yitzchak Meir Alter, and his successor, Rabbi Yehudah Aryeh Leib Alter, known as the Sefas Emes. The Gerer Chasidim were originally mostly followers of ...