Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Porto cared about their time with each other in a unique way. A way that I have not seen or experienced as a whole for 3 days straight. This intrigued me about Porto when I reflected back after leaving Barcelona. Barcelona was busy, fast paced, city-life, fancy, and expensive. Barcelona is a huge city with many things to do, to see, to visit...there is never a dull moment. (Now, i like when there is not a dull moment and i have to be busy, but i like being busy in ...
... he was a great tour guide and showed me all around.
What struck me about Poland is how green and gorgeous it is. Warsaw itself has lush parks as well as a city that is rapdily growing (excellent place to invest in). I must declare, Pierogi is delicious as well as Polish sausage. I really enjoyed walking through the old city ...
... of the museums first. As luck would have it we were about an hour and a half too early. We passed by the brewery just to check it out and could find no indication of such a happy hour. We decided to return home to look it up online and to see if our last museum on the list was open today. On the way home we passed by another news interview in progress. Two different chances to be background celebrities in Warsaw!
Even online we could find no mention of the happy hour. ...
... right on many issues in recent years and Anna said that things were similar in Poland. When the discussion turned to Syria, I made the argument that America feels it is their moral obligation to stop chemical attacks from happening again. Anna said it was adorable that I believed that my country stepped in for moralistic reasons. Again, I feel that results matter more than the reasoning behind them. I do not want an ...
On Sunday we fly back to Warsaw and we wind up our trip with an exploration of resistance during the Warsaw Ghetto, how Jews and others fought against the Nazis in big ways and small, and how today's community of Polish Jews lives in the shadow of all that.
We get a tour of the newly opened Museum of the History of Polish Jews. It is a stunning building and puts all in one place the exhibits and stories we traveled the country to see. I wonder why in Boston we ...