Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre
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... were forced to lay down their weapons and leave the city of Warsaw through deportation by the Germans to various labour camps.
The defeat of the Rising was also a defeat of Polish aspirations for independence. Germans carried out the complete destruction of Warsaw as it was seen as the biggest centre of resistance against the new occupation. This made it easier to impose the communist system of power and to sovietize Polish ...
... drinkers. The rescue was a Mc Coffee, of course they exist here too, as anywhere on the planet!
The girl made me a nice coffee which I ordered with a chocolate croissant.
She looked at me, as if I were a wild man, but why would I care.....
At the table, drinking my coffee, I stuck my finger in my ear, thinking what, full of kind of paper....
I had a look at a mirror, some nasty insect must have ...
... the coffee has been not so good from time to time. It was another beautiful sunny day and we set off around 9.30 and found our way to a very nice Ztote Tarasy shopping centre and spent the morning window shopping. During this time we stopped for coffee and then later for lunch. After our lunch we set off walking to find the Warsaw Rising Museum and spent the afternoon there. This is ...
... return flight to the UK. We enjoyed our (3hr) walk around Warsaw. I could not recall anything from my previous visits. Warsaw was destroyed during the war so the city is quite new although many of the buildings look old. We liked the old town and the squares (very traditional in Europe). We enjoyed a cappuccino at an outdoor cafe (Starbucks watch out, you can't compete) and did a little shopping (postcards for the kids, just have to make sure we mail them). I was ...
The second night there was another attempt to go out, though this one wasn't as successful as the last. Prior to heading out, it was necessary to take advantage of two beers for 7zl. So started drinking with a Slovakian guy I met the night before, and ended up meeting Matt, Matt, and Aaron. A Brit and two Aussies, who were all keen to head out that night. We asked the girl working reception where we should go, and she ...