Novotel Warszawa Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... had decided it would be lovely to meet Mother and Father from the airport so after preparing our sign we caught the local bus to the airport (about 2 hours early just to be safe!)
After a movie-worthy emotional reunion at the airport we caught a taxi (such luxury already!) back to the apartment and headed out for a cheeky early beverage! We went to the nearby Radisson Blu hotel (Our local!) where I had two cocktails (Id almost forgotten there were such yummy ...
... the changing of the guards. They guard the monument of unnamed soldiers who died during the war for Polands liberation. As dusk settled in, the shiny buildings and Tarmac roads became coloured apartment blocks and cobbled stone streets as we made our way into the old city of Warszawa. You know....it's truly a magical place and in an instant I was transported back to a dinner in a piazza in Rome last year. The local cuisine was exceptional, and I can say with confidence ...
"The city must completely disappear from the surface of the earth and serve only as a transport station for the Wehrmacht. No stone can remain standing. Every building must be raised to its foundation." - SS German chief Heinrich Himmler (17 October, 1944) Could you imagine if that was actually said about your home city, where you went to school, where you played your first game of soccer? Where you first fell in love? This is recent history, this was ...
... this shop: "Kuchnie Swiata". They sell lots of yummy stuff which the supermarket doesn't carry and wait for it.... they had VEGEMITE!!!! Quite comparable in price to the Vegemite I got in Berlin, but always good to know. And even though there is Marks & Spencer here (and Carrefour as mentioned) neither have Vegemite!
So that's about it - hope you are all caught up now. Now to enjoy a DVD or two - IN ENGLISH and some more sightseeing tomorrow.
Love to all.
... their deaths during WWII.
From there we continued to the monument of the heroes of the gettho, and stumbled upon a group of Israeli high schoolers visiting Poland, so we took part in their moving ceremony. The ceremony ended with singing "Hatikvah", the Israeli national anthem, which literally filled my heart with pride.
We returned to the hotel for a huge dinner at the club, and finished the day with some shopping at the ...