Ibis Warszawa Stare Miasto - Old Town
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... and little ways of regaining a small power. It was during one of these lessons that a strange man appeared at my shoulder and offered me an m&m. It would seem that dad had decided to take himself on his own walking tour and was following us around stopping at various pubs for a beer on the way! He had got lucky three times and found himself a cheeky beer but on this particular stop there were no bars so he'd settled for a bag of m&ms! This may not be the most ...
... proper was to visit the Info Centre in the Old Town Square and see if they would book our bus tickets to Vilnius, no, they couldn't even find the bus service on their computer! Well there was a second option & that was to try the main Warsaw Info Centre miles away which meant a tram ride then a metro (underground) ride to the place we got off the train from Warka! Well we got there and politely asked the staff at Warsaw's Main Info Centre ...
... about the silly Pollocks. We walked for maybe around a mile further, passing a museum with a bunch of children funneling in, before finally arriving at the Royal Palace.
The Royal Palace was bombed in WWII and completely destroyed. Now it has been rebuilt, and is a tourism attraction. It has many rooms and you wander through them as a self guided tour. Many rooms have large, elegant art on the wall, with paintings of various ...
... brace. It does nothing. Just super right around my leg. It's ok because I can get about 5 miles out of my knee before it goes bum. My main concern is finding an English bookstore though. I've finished 4 books so far and now have nothing left. Watching YouTube on my phone with bad internet doesn't really fill the gap.
Leaving now and had a good rest yesterday. Found an English bookstore so re-upped on some must needed literature. Watched some ...
... to take a local Polish train to Kętrzyn. Travelling through the now Polish countryside is really interesting,because most of the homes have very distinctive German looks. Many of the homes have orange roofs, and I have not seen them in Poland, expect in areas that used to be controlled by Germany. The train ride was long and pretty uneventful and by 12:15 I had arrived at the Kętrzyn train station. Anna was there ...