Jump Inn Hostel

Prokuratorska Str. 2, Warsaw, Central Poland, 01-805, Poland | Hotel
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Poland Sep 09, 2009

A travel blog entry by ashliegash


Ashliegash stayed here on Sep 9, 2009 during their trip titled: Ashliegash's Great Adventure.

The first day- London, Brussels, Cologne, Warsaw

A travel blog entry by sarahblythe



We're in Warsaw at the moment (not Walsall)...and have already found an internet cafe to upload photos- very promising!

Yesterday we set off from London on the Eurostar after saying a week of goodbyes to people...we had breakfast at St. Pancras in a very posh French cafe and then left to get onto the Eurostar. Tom was sure …

Nuns and priests abound! April 1-3

A travel blog entry by euroadventurers


After 4 days of wienerbrod (AKA danishes), we took off to the airport to catch our flight to Poland. Thinking that we were smart, we arrived 2 hours before the flight to find a gigantic lineup winding up, down and all around the Kobenhavn lufthavn (=Copenhagen airport). Luckily, the line moved faster than expected and the whole check-in ordeal only …

We're here in Warsaw!

A travel blog entry by dft


We arrived in Warsaw at around 4:30 on Friday. In line at the gate in Amsterdam, we met a couple from NYC so that was a good start to the trip. The flight to Warsaw was a little bumpy but what can you do—the weather in both places was windy and rainy. The ride from the airport took about 45 min. because it was quitting time on a Friday. We checked into our room right ...

A Weekend in Warsaw

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle


... who had received little support from the Soviets or the Western Allies. An estimated 200,000 Poles died during the uprising, and following the surrender, the Nazis proceeded to raze what remained of Warsaw, eventually destroying approximately 85% of the city. In the Old Town where we were staying, there were only 6 buildings that were not completely destroyed during the war. Some people hid in the deserted, ruined city and were shot upon discovery. Wladyslaw ...

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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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