Ibis Warszawa Ostrobramska
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A side trip to have dinner with friends.
We found that we could fly to Warsaw Poland via Riga on leaving Uzbekistan for next to nothing. We emailed our friends Wotjec and Justyna that we were comming to Warsaw. They responded with an offer to pick us up from the airport and dinner at their unit. What a great offer, we readily accepted, …
Today I went into one of Poland's restaurants in Warsaw, when I was there I got served pierogi. When my meal got to my table there was a amazing smell it smelt like cooked beef with a sweet sauce drizzled over it. When I cut into my pierogi I found that there was beef, mushroom and cabbage in my 5 pieces of pierogi. During my time in Warsaw I also went to see one of the castles that they have there, the ...
... water left and got down on the ground and started wetting my hands and wiping my hands all over his face and body. Then one of the eatery staff came with an EMPTY saucer - which I poured water into - and he finally started to come around and drink. I asked who the owner was and this woman who was about 2m away and taking photos of square and of (now me) the puppy and her son said it was her. I told her - you need to give this puppy water, it's a very hot day (more than once). After ...
... what a bloody ******* that guy was. Anyway best view in the city is from the top of it because its the only place you can't see it. I have to say covered in snow it's breathtaking but I have some Russian ancestors somewhere so go figure. Anyway Warsaw is awesome FACT! We ate at the Platter restaurant, the head chef is Polands answer to Jamie Oliver apparently. All a bit weird, kind of fancy salt of the earth people food. We then eat at Restauracja u kucharzy located in the kitchens ...
... some anti-English soccer songs. I rather enjoyed it.
They got off at Poznań with all their mates and as we pulled out I could see that the whole area in front of the station was chock full of Irish soccer tops. It looked like mayhem.
In Warsaw I'd arranged another apartment. Great price again.
The bloke and his wife were waiting at the apartment to give me the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Everything expected of an IBIS chain hotel. Only problem is that the web says close to city centre, however we thought it was out of the way. It does however have WIFI, a large supermarket very close and a tram line giving access to the central city.
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