Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... been almost completely flattened in WW2, most of the buildings in the old town had, like Wroclaw, been rebuilt in the original style. The old town is small and I was able to walk around it in less than an hour. It was still an enjoyable walk, made all the nicer by the 30°heat, at last! There are a number of squares each offering a few cafes, and some with so many flowers that you could be forgiven for thinking you'd walked into a garden centre. If there had been more ...
... to host us, so around midnight we went walking to the other side of the river. We'd been walking for almost an hour before reaching the hostel (Fabryka). Because I was quite tired I fell asleep right away.
07 Feb 2015
Hostel Fabryka was a bit to far away from the city center so we decided to search for a hostel closer to the city. Now it was time to try out the public transport of Warsaw, this is quite confusing if you don't speak any word ...
... really good. I had cream cheese pancakes and fruit which was equally as nice and of course a cheeky glass of wine! Following this feast we went in search of more food and visited Wedel - a famous chocolate company in Poland. We picked two chocolates each and they were amazing! Me and Tom decided to share a hot chocolate too but struggled to chose between all the different varieties; white, classic, dessert, traditional, special...! One of the best hot chocolates ever!! Mum and ...
... and then walked to the last gate in the terminal. Lufthansa has free newspapers and coffee and tea at the gate area. Pretty nice. When it was time to board the plane, we were transported by bus about a mile around the airport to where our plane was waiting. It was a 90 passenger plane with 2 seats on each side of the aisle. Because of the European Union there was no customs upon arrival. We got ...
Following dinner we went to a concert by "The Nationals", an American band on a European tour. Never heard of them, but they sounded like a cross between Nirvana and U2, two bands we never listen to. After enjoying the noise and the ambiance of the outdoor theater and Polish rock and roll enthusiasts, we headed back home for late night libations and more reminiscing.
Tomorrow we are off to Krakow....