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, …
... in decorations that took your mind off the size of the space. We saw a small throne room and then the actual throne room, part of the king's apartment and a room made of black marble. I do not believe that any people lived in this castle when it actually looked like this. We watched a short film before leaving that showed the Germans blowing up the castle and the entirety of Warsaw. After the film we got our coats back (nothing missing) and John turned to ...
... those people that I knew I was going to get on with the second I met him.
I got some food shopping done and went for a walk, but I couldn't focus properly on anything and whenever I sat down I'd feel my eyes start to close. But sleep wasn't going to happen, a problem that was to persist for the entire three nights I was there. Sometimes you just get dorms where there's no such thing as peace and I was in one of them. I don't know why it happens in some hostels and not ...
... had determined that "lines" didn't matter as they were constantly walking back and forth, mostly trying to add more people in front of me. And the utter lack of appreciation for personal space made for quite a frustrating morning.
Eventually, two lovely ladies from Canada came up behind me and we chatted for a bit, which helped pass the time. They had been traveling for almost a month-visiting one's daughter who was teaching in ...
... new addition to Warsaw. The 1944 Warsaw Uprising represented Europe's largest resistance movement against the Nazi’s. For about 2 months, the Polish people fought back against the Reich. This is the main reason that Warsaw was absolutely destroyed as a city. The whole place was brought to rubble during this period of time.
I understand that, following WWII, as ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Warszawa Ostrobramska Warsaw
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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