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... in Europe. Finally! 24.5 hours after taking off from Melbourne we were at our destination. We agreed we'd gone about it the wrong way. A night in either Singapore or Dubai would've been better to break up the trip. We spent 40 minutes in the border control queue. Each person seemed to be at the desk for quite a few minutes, but when it came our turn it was just a matter of seconds. From there it was on to collect our bags and straight into a taxi to the hotel. First impressions ...
Well, we finally made it to Warsaw after 30 hours of travel and were we shattered. I was thrilled that the Polonia Palace Hotel was as good as the reviews suggested and equally thrilled to get to sleep on a bed! Day one in Warsaw saw Alex and I do our usual trick of trying to get everything done in the one day. Fuelled with a fantastic breakfast at the hotel, we decided to walk to the Warsaw Rising Musuem, which was fine, but we missed it and added ...
... from the Marshall Plan.
After that part of the tour, we drove to the area where the Jewish Ghetto would have been and visited the only synagogue that was not destroyed as well as a Monument to the Ghetto Heroes and the Monument to the Warsaw Uprising.
We then broke for lunch and gathered again at 4:30 for a Chopin recital. Dinner was included this evening in the hotel's restaurant.
I went to Warsaw to visit a good friend of mine who I travelled with in Nepal almost 4 years ago.
I was welcomed with a blast from the past, a Dhal Bhat, which hit the spot.
The following day I walked around the old town, well in Europe terms it's not as old as it could have been. It's a shame really, there is obviously a lot of history in a place like ...
After a relaxing morning in Gdansk, we loaded up Pinkie and headed to Warsaw. During the four hour, 360 km drive, we kept remarking to each other how extremely pleasant the countryside is, with its dense forests, fertile, black-soiled fields and quaint little villages. Although we were unsure what to expect from Poland, neither of us thought it would be as nice as this.
We had paid $11 in tolls on our drive from Krakow to Gdansk, so this time (thanks to ...