Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... t do much. Sleep eluded me until sometime after we crossed the border to Poland. And even then I don’t think I ever dropped off for very long. Consequently when we reached Warsaw I was very tired. Plus I hadn’t been able to brush my teeth so my mouth felt very cottonbally. I was hoping for some facilities to do so at the station but I was disappointed. After getting off the bus at Warsaw Zachodnia just before 6am, I sat down and to start the three hour wait ...
... river with masses of tourists enjoying the views and the sunshine. Gypsies in the town square touting for fortune telling business and market stalls everywhere. A very festive atmosphere. Finally Warsaw and our last foray to a now favourite restaurant for our last dinner on Polish soil. A little sad and a little nostalgic but looking forward to the next phase of our trip. Spain here we ...
... meeting point and got there just as the storm started. It bucked down very heavily, but it did not last long. Soon the storm stopped and the bus arrived, we got driven back to the hotel. I uploaded pictures, packed my bags, did a bit of laundry, used the internet, relaxed and then went to a room party where i drank, talked, took pictures, then we meet up again for our last dinner.
We got back on the coach and drove a short distance to ...
... so working as teachers in American schools abroad. First in Amman, Jordan, then Jakarta, Indonesia and now in Warsaw. The trip to their apartment in the suburbs took about 25 minutes by subway...easy to remember as it is the last stop!
Over champagne, we regaled each other with places we have traveled, things we have seen and the fun and challenges that can be had in foreign countries. Then the two of them ...
... of over 400 in Warsaw the survived the war). There, the group joined with participants from other delegations in an Orthodox/observant service. The rest of the delegation had their own prayer experience back at the hotel, but both groups came together at ~11 am for a special program with our survivors (including a survivor accompanying the Mid-Atlantic delegation). Prior to the March, the survivors were asked to bring an important ...