Novotel Warszawa Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... told us that he never had a class where someone's pierogi didn't break open in the boiling water. We turned out to be his best class - no broken pierogi. It was finally time to eat and boy was it good! Michal had all the toppings for our pierogi and of course, several more vodka. It was fun to learn about the groups' travel adventures too. We were given a dessert, something like a glazed filled Long-John - couldn't eat it! Stuffed again ...
... side walk sharing a baguette, drinking wine and accessing the internet.
We then returned to the hotel in time to meet the others for our Chopin recital. We were taken to the music library and were entertained by a music professor giving a private piano recital to our group. It was very good, probably not everyone's cup of tea but it was our dose of culture for the day, we really enjoyed it.
... hostel, all nice and warm, for the rest of the day. I really can't complain. John made the rest of the perogies for dinner. He baked them this time and they were even better. We are both still quite tired from our past week or so of little sleep. We have an early bus tomorrow. Well, we wouldn't have to wake up so early for it but we are going to walk the two or so miles there instead of taking the metro. We do love to walk.
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Whenever people spoke of Warsaw, even Polish colleagues, they always said there was not much to see or do; that the Old Town is not impressive because it was rebuilt after the war ... so the general impression was not great. My impressions, however, were the opposite.
I quite liked Warsaw, even if the old town no longer has its medieval buildings. It was a city obliterated by the war and had to be rebuilt brick by brick. And how wonderful it ...
... Town received UNESCO World Heritage status. We meandered through the city taking in sites such as the Royal Castle, Town Square (Market Place), and the Barbican, before a well needed break for coffee.
After coffee we continued walking and headed out of the Old Town to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which is where Sara left us to do our own thing. The location of the tomb was in part of what used to be the Saxon Palace, ...