Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and a sense that something is really missing from contemporary Polish life because of the Holocaust destruction of Polish Jewry. At a restaurant in the Old Town I had the best gefilte fish I have ever eaten—sorry, Mom—after accidentally ordering something on the menu called, “Carp, Jewish style”. Three million missing Jews are still felt.
I’m reminded of a book I read 15 years ago or so that Irene Steindler recommended to me, A ...
... was that the real joy of traveling isn't necessarily the locations you visit, but the people you meet on the way. As great as it was to see Warsaw, what we'll remember best is walking into Zapiecek that first night and seeing so many old friends, walking the city with Stephanie and Fabienne, spotting Antti at the student bar with a beer in each hand, dinner with Emilia and Anna...all of the time we managed to spend with friends in barely two and a half ...
... with cheese and ham - luxury truly was over! Before they'd left Mum and Dad had left us some money to treat ourselves to a farewell Warsaw drink so we headed to the restaurant upstairs in the train station. To our utter disbelief they didn’t serve alcohol! Could this day get any worse! We reluctantly settled for a coffee and a soft drink and passed the final hours of waiting mourning the loss of good food and drink!
"Don't wait for the perfect moment. Take the moment, make it ...
Today we mastered Warsaw's public transport system. Excellent combo of trams, buses and underground. The day began with a trip to Powaski cemetery to re visit my family's grave. Realised we had, just yesterday, when visiting Polna street, stood right where my mum's family lost their lives in 1944. Somehow this made the visit to the cemetery even sadder! Our next stop was ...
... luggage. We walked along some very bumpy paver style streets and sidewalks today. it turns out they kicked my luggage's ass and now I have a cracked wheel. Odds on how long I can use it?
The train ride to Lodz was not extremely long. we got there in around 2 hours and when we arrived, we snagged a taxi and showed the driver where to go on the iPad. When we got to the hostel, we gave them our name and the guy said, ...