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 …
... this weekend. Irish accents were definitely represented in the bar. Nice group of people...and did I mention the accents...lol.. love it!
I only got lost twice today..whoo hoooo!!
After a most comfortable night's sleep, I headed downstairs for breakfast. This was no US breakfast buffet. It was huge!!
... t been done earlier due to fears that the nearby bridge might be weakened and it was needed for transport.
The rebuild came about in 1971 when appeals were made to Jews around the world for funds, it was wholly reconstructed and decorated thanks to all the money that came in, and was opened to the public in 1984. It’s as true to old photos, paintings and human memory can make it but obviously all bright and shining with all the gold gleaming. ...
... The Poles lost 6 million during the second world war of which 3 million were jews.
Went to the Old Town and had some dumplings for lunch and walked back via the Royal Mile. Walked through the Palace and archway behind our hotel which are now markets.
We went to a private Chopin recital by a celebrated pianist - had front row seats - woohoo.
Still trying to get used to it being so light at night.