Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel
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... grapples with the most emerges from the fact that they were undeniably victims of the Holocaust and the Nazi regime. And how can a country that suffered so much at the hands of racism and genocide have a discussion about their own inter-cultural relations without clouding the significance of their own adversity.
The problem is obviously quite complicated, and I certainly cannot conclude how anti-Semitism in Poland has survived ...
... Makes going down hill interesting.
We got into Warsaw at about 11.30pm and couldn't belive the number of people around for a Monday night.
We found the hostel easily and got settled in, ready for a big day of looking at old buildings tomorrow.
... so Auschwitz will have to wait for another day.
Overall, I was happy with my few days in Warsaw. I made friends with a drunk American, went for a walk around town and learned a few things. When it came time to leave I was up early and stepping back onto the same bus route (possibly even the same bus) that I'd got off three days before, this time heading on to Vilnius, Lithuania. My only real hope for Lithuania is that I'll finally be able to get a full night's sleep. I can only ...
... end of my meal.
I meandered back through Old Town and decided to take some back roads back to the hotel as I had already walked up and down the main drag a few times over the past two days. I passed a few more churches and eventually found myself in a park. Upon exiting the park I caught a glimpse of the Palace of Culture and Science and decided to try and get a closer look. Success. I think it is a rather interesting looking building, but ...
Berlin Trained around a bit but didn't get much done. Went to town for sushi but I had an awesome burger and chili cheese fries from a funny but popular little place built under the light rail line. Shopping in there somewhere. Bought some train tickets. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility