Mercure Warszawa Centrum

Address: Ul. Zlota 48/54, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-120, Poland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Sródmiescia area of Warsaw, is near Palace of Culture and Science (Palac Kultury i Nauki), Fragment of Ghetto Wall, Prozna Street (Ulica Prozna), and Grzybowski Square.
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          Warsaw and back to London

          A travel blog entry by fozzie-ozzie on Jul 26, 2016

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          Today we had a lazy morning watching the news and the historic final landing of a solar powered plane that had circumnavigated the world. We unpacked our old bag into our new bag, went across the road to the shopping mall for brunch before doing a smattering of sight seeing before setting off for the airport for the next leg of our journey. Off to …

          Warsaw Packed

          A travel blog entry by cathalchu on Oct 12, 2015

          5 photos

          ... next to each other. The public transport worked well enough, though there seems to be a curious absence of subway maps in any of the metro stations.

          The obvious starting point in visiting Warsaw is or course The Palace of Culture and Science, right next to Warsaw Central station. The defining landmark of Warsaw, "Stalin’s gift" (as it’s commonly called) was completed in 1955, stands 231m tall and is a prime example of Socialist ...

          Warsaw stories

          A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Aug 30, 2015

          1 comment, 27 photos

          ... that everything we were seeing, even though it looks authentic, was constructed after the Nazis destroyed more than 85% of the city during WWII – the buildings look old on the outside but inside they are just normal post-war apartments. We learned that Warsaw suffered the third most destruction of the war after Hiroshima and Nagasaki. We were outside Warsaw Castle which didn’t really look much like a castle, and when we went inside the ...

          The Impact of An Apology

          A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 25, 2014

          3 photos

          ... denial no longer exists.

          There is both a emotional impact and a political impact of making an apology. And the longer an apology waits, the harder it is for the victims to forgive. Because of this I really do admire Brandt's ability to see the greater impact that his gesture would have on the recovery process. While it did not erase the damage that was done, it built the foundation for a better future. It's gestures like these that can really give us hope.

          "Remember to Remember"

          A travel blog entry by rachel.blazer on Apr 25, 2014

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... monuments. There is a large monument in the center where the gas chamber used to be (see photo) and smaller stone monuments around the whole area engraved with the names of towns who residents were killed at the camp(see photo). In front of the stone for one of our survivor's(Natalie) home town we said Kaddish for all of her family who pereished at the camp. Only some of the stones are engraved with town names and only ...