Novotel Warszawa Airport

Address: UL. 1 Sierpnia 1, Warsaw, Central Poland, 02-134, Poland | 3 star hotel
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      Four time zones in one day

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Sep 29, 2014

      ... attempting to liberate Warsaw from the Nazis over 63 days in 1944. The castle itself was spectacular. It doesn't really look like much from the outside, but inside it rivals Versailles in terms of opulence. There was more gold than in St Peter's Basilica. The castle was the home of Poland's last king, King Stanislaw August, in the 1700s and it seems simplicity wasn't his thing. We were stunned by the intricate design, chandeliers, marble, ceiling frescoes, gold embossed panels ...

      A city that has Risen Beautifuly out of the Ashes

      A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Dec 20, 2013

      76 photos

      ... amazing how well behaved most of these dogs (and sometimes cats) are.

      We arrived at the Warsaw train station late in the evening and I needed to get some Zloty so we headed for a ATM, we found one but there was a dodgy guy standing nearby and then when I tried take money out it asked for extra security information, so we decided to find another machine, which we did up stairs. The instructions to get to the hostel were really not very clear and after wandering around for ...


      A travel blog entry by errolandtrish on Jul 16, 2013

      3 comments, 2 photos

      Left Berlin at 9am and travelled by train for 6 hours to Warsaw in Poland. As soon as we crossed the border you could see that Poland was somewhat impoverished. First impressions are that things are run down and need of repair. The hotel though is very nice. It's hard to believe that 85%25 of this city was destroyed by bombing during ww2. First by the Germans and then shortly after by the Russians. A ...

      Warsaw Clty Break

      A travel blog entry by mickelflain on Mar 20, 2013

      ... and the Red Army decided not to help the Poles. With only small arms the uprising wasn't successful and ultimately had to surrender. The museum tells the story with many good exhibits.

      Warsaw was an interesting city with some good architecture, a reliable public transport system and some real friendly people who were always willing to help you on your way. The area isn't very hilly and nor is it crowded.


      Warsaw Rises From The Ashes

      A travel blog entry by maryandjeff on Aug 27, 2012

      115 photos

      ... by the Nazis eliminating any traces of the vibrant community that once existed. Some people from the Ghetto did manage to escape and they joined the fight against the Nazis in the Warsaw Uprising that occurred one year later.

      August 1, 1944 will forever be remembered as the date that Warsaw’s residents rose against the Germans in an attempt to free the city and the country. Despite assurances from Stalin that troops and aid would arrive ...