Jump Inn Hostel

Prokuratorska Str. 2, Warsaw, Central Poland, 01-805, Poland | Hotel
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Poland: Warsaw / Orange Warsaw Festival

A travel blog entry by missjuliapowell


... gave us a great view of the city and river! Tuesday Brad and I explored the city while Tomek worked and walked around the fashionable street resisting the urge to splurge. That evening Tomek took us and a friend to his parent's home on the outskirts of Warsaw which was a small village with great fields of cabbage etc. We ate strawberries with his mum and grandfather who told us a few stories from the war. We took a walk through ...

Warsaw Part 2 - WW2

A travel blog entry by mrsdbrowning


... controlled by the USSR. They had Soviet tanks in their country. They had communism - see the pictures of the housing in Berlin to see what it looks like. People were paid the same, they could not own businesses, and they all lived in very similar housing. What do you think of that? Communism is a complex theory that involves the governing style and economy, rolled in to one.

Yesterday, we went to the Warsaw Uprising museum. You ...


A travel blog entry by devcgw1


... mix of modern commercialism and skyscrapers near the main train station. But a 40 min walk later and you can be in the old town where all the streets are cobblestone and buildings look like they came out of a picture book.

But, don't be fooled, Warsaw was completely rebuilt following World War 2. So the old town isn't so old, but, it sure does look original.

Some of the best, and most generously portioned food I had was in Warsaw, too!

Warsaw Rises From The Ashes

A travel blog entry by maryandjeff


... the Poles take back Warsaw – no one came. Fighting continued for 2 months before the Poles had to surrender to the Nazis. Hitler, incensed that the Poles would even imagine rising up against Germans, ordered that Warsaw be wiped off the European map and its citizens killed. The Nazis classified buildings according to the cultural significance to Poland and then systematically dynamited those of highest value while burning and tearing down the ...

Romance in Warsaw

A travel blog entry by sunburntcurt


... s all about. Then I started to figure it out. There's no A/C in the room so you have to open the windows. The hotel is on Castle Square and there's a lot of activity. In fact, some drunks out there are singing a Kings of Leon song over and over and over as I type. But that's not the loudest part - it's the bells from the church in the square that go off every fifteen minutes. We're moving into My Cousin Vinny territory here...

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This hotel, located in the Filtry area of Warsaw, is near Gestapo Headquarters Museum, Fragment of Ghetto Wall, Statue of the Little Insurgent, and Nieborow Palace.
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