Novotel Warszawa Airport
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Pleasantly surprised by Warsaw after reading about how congested it is. So much going on and it has a really good atmosphere with trendy cafés and shops. We visited the Warsaw Uprising Museum and were astonished by the bravery of the men and women involved and then walked around the Old ...
... baggage claim/terminal area. Already this was a different culture, different pace of life, more what Ben and I wanted to explore!! We were in Poland and found out very quickly that the language was entirely different than Spanish and much harder to even guess what it said. I kind of just had to laugh bc I had no clue and I felt lost already and we hadn't even left the airport!! From here I knew this was where the fun of traveling begins and the fun of learning ...
... blow it up were never carried out. Like much of Warsaw the Palace was restored after the end of the Second World War. We spent some time wandering around the park area and just taking it easy, the squirrels foraging around amused us for a while as we tried to snap the perfect shot in the fraction of a second that they stopped moving. Most of my shots were blurred or featured their butt pointed at me with their tail in the air, that was ...
... machinery yards not to mention storks in impossibly precarious nests on top of narrow posts! It is obvious that Poland is in a better financial state – even the storks look happier! Housing is basic but more substantial and the land is obviously in better condition – the crops look healthier and harvest is more mechanised.
We arrive in Warsaw at 7pm. One of Stalins so called wedding cakes ( tall building built to impress) ...
... but it turned out great. Seems like we happened into the celebration of the one year anniversary of the police as well the police recruit graduations ceremony, all held in the square. Even the Polish president (told you in previous blog I would get to him) was to attend. We joined in, playing the games, collecting badges, posing with the mascots and one very good looking cop, and even took our pictures sitting on police motorcycles as the cops (in leather ...