LeSniczowka u Zieby

Address: 34-512 Witow, 306 Dolina Chocholwska, Witow, Lesser Poland Province, Southern Poland, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 34-512 Witow, 306 Dolina Chocholwska, Witow.
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      WWII history meets pierogis & the divine feminine

      A travel blog entry by annieandgary123 on Aug 22, 2014

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      ... brought our time in Warsaw and with Monika to a close. We will be forever grateful to Monika for sharing her kindness, generosity and knowledge with us!

      An update on my language progress: I now have amassed a smattering of words and/or phrases in the following languages - Brazilian Portuguese, German, French, Polish, Spanish and Catalan. Yet I cannot actually “speak” or effectively “communicate” in ANY of these ...


      A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 21, 2014

      ... criminals lived there because the Germans needed someone to clean up the dead. After they had maxed their abilities, they were put to death, and another group came in to do the work. Birkenau was brought about because there was not enough room for the killing in ...

      More Warsaw

      A travel blog entry by jhumffray on Sep 16, 2013

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      Walked through the Royal Castle. More impressive than I thought. Highlight was the Canaletto Room with beautiful street scenes of old Warsaw. Back at hostel we waited till Darek, Susie, Henry and Richard arrived. Walked with them to Palace of Culture where we met Dareks cousin, Marius, who gave us a tour of the building, up to the top of the ...

      Warsaw, a city that urges exploration

      A travel blog entry by chop49 on Aug 28, 2013

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      ... by selections of his music. I was very impressed by the number of teenagers we saw there, and the fact that they were not dragged there by their parents. The only parents in evidence were the ones with little children. The teenagers apparently discovered this place on their own. I'm please that the future of Polish classical music appears to be in good hands.

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      Wedding, Warsaw, and an Empty Museum

      A travel blog entry by mpanzer on Jul 29, 2013

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      ... the main exhibit is open before you go.

      The wedding itself was an amazing experience. My friend, who is actually Taiwanese-Canadian-American, married her Polish fiancée at a beautiful palace about 30 minutes outside of Warsaw. They wed in the garden behind the palace, on a beautiful, sunny afternoon. The reception was in the palace, with the dinner split between two beautiful banquet halls and the dancing in a beautiful room in ...