Ibis Warszawa Stare Miasto - Old Town
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Warszawa Stare Miasto - Old Town Warsaw
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 …
... Red Sea, but the creators gave it another interpretation -the gash made in the Jewish community with the Second World War.
With the creation of this historic museum the life of those heroes is in a way now commemorated and is dedicated in restoring the memory of the civilization created by Polish Jews in the course of a millennium.
... br> Student Reflections:
April 16, 2015
Lucky - the one word that all the survivors use to describe how they made it. Lucky -how this trip has made me feel. Arriving at Auschwitz concentration camp, sporting our Nike tennis shoes as well as our bright blue MOTL jacket, we began the March, walking side by side to Birkenau. As I felt the support of my tennis does under the soles of my feet and the warmth of the blue jacket ...
... Children's Hospital and using one of our themes of choice-lesschoices heard the story of pediatrician Adina Blady Szwajger. Adina decided to harmlessly kill the sick children in the hospital using Morphine rather then let them fall to the hands of the Nazis during the Ghetto's liquidation and let them die at Treblinka. From there we moved to Old Town Warsaw(see photo) where we were given free time to explore, eat, and shop. I found ...