Patron Hotel

Address: Al Dzieci Polskich 20, Warsaw, Central Poland, 04 713, Poland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Mi?dzylesie area of Warsaw, is near Wilanow Palace (Palac Wilanow).
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Travel Blogs from Warsaw

Four time zones in one day

A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Sep 29, 2014

... most stringent security checks I've ever experienced, then board the plane again, coming full circle. The next stint, Singapore to Dubai, was spent sleeping more than anything. But it was interrupted sleep. I'd think I'd got a solid few hours, only to look at the clock and realise it was about 40 minutes. Still, it was better than nothing. Nothing watched except for the first five minutes of Who Do You Think You Are? - Rove McManus. The rest, and Harvey, were to wait for the final ...

Warsaw in summer!

A travel blog entry by ulka on Aug 14, 2014

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... They come up with the first rays of sun on spring and summer. Now you know when to visit Poland:)

Sent home: 'It is so beautiful here in August! People actually smile and they are really nice to each other. Love is in the air! With Love, Love, Love from Warsaw! Ula"

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In Transition

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 21, 2014

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... Population. The country was completely devastated by the Nazi Regime.

Both coutries have much that they must remember in terms of this era of time, but both have different motives, memories, and experiences. One side feels guilt and shame, and the other feels anger and sadness. The fascinating part of history is that there is always many ways to interpret it, to experience it, or to see how it ...

Tauck tour of Warsaw

A travel blog entry by dft on May 11, 2014

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After breakfast this morning, we boarded the bus to start our tour of the city. Our first stop was Łazienki Park where there is a Chopin Statue. It isn't the original because the original was the first monument that was blown up by the Nazis. Apparently, the Germans were so ticked off by the 1944 uprising against them, that they had planned (and almost succeeded) in razing the city and this ...

Happy Birthday DC

A travel blog entry by williams2013 on Dec 13, 2013

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... the tunnels is now navigable, at times with both shoulders (boys) or hips (girls!) were scraping against both sides as we squeezed down a 100m tunnels holding a candle for light. Great tour, fascinating way to spend a couple of hours in an otherwise hectic city. As we were walking along the main road back to the train station (in the early afternoon) we saw a local girl have her phone snatched - a bloke ran up to her ...