Novotel Warszawa Airport
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... still being developed. Again we found it somewhat confusing but they had an excellent video showing scenes of life from the 1920s. Warsaw had 400,000 Jews before WW2, constituting 30% of the population. They were forced into the ghetto & were shipped to Treblinka in 1943 before their uprising. A tragic history, yet again.
We took a cab back to the hotel & after a rest had an incredible meal at a cafe next door. An early start tomorrow so an early night is in ...
... the east invade Poland. The Polish form the Underground State (the symbol is on the wall in one of the pictures below). The Polish government goes in to exile. A satellite or puppet state is a country without economies or policies of their own. This was Hitler's plan with Poland. Read tomorrow's post for more information on Poland during WW2 and post-war. Schoology Questions - Famous Polish People 1. What is ...
... and then some. I highly recommend going.
After that I wandered through the freezing wind and rain, can't be more than 11 degrees, to Old Town. I've hung out in the old town district all afternoon just enjoying the architecture and peace. During WWII the Germans flattened 90% of the city and the people of Warsaw have worked really hard to restore everything to the way it was. Visit the Museum of the Old Town ...
... That became clear when we had over 50 attendees at our very first event ever held in Warsaw. I was also joined by two additional alumni who were very enthusiastic when it came time for their panel portion of the event.
This time, q&a lasted for well over an hour. It was still raining, and my host alum offered me a ride back to the hotel, which I gladly accepted. I was looking forward to the next day, since I wasn't heading to the airport until 1:30pm, ...
... br> On our last trip to Europe, first-class on a train was better than first-class on an airline. Luxurious, wide, leather seats. Endless legroom. Perfect temperature control. Clean bathrooms. Food service. Bar car. That's what I was looking for this time.
Wrong! First class on Polish trains (at least this one) meant that instead of cramming eight people into one of those little rooms, they only cram in six. Food service consists of a guy with an urn of coffee rolling ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility