Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel
Travel Blogs from Warsaw
... in polish was Zamik Królewski w Warszawie this is a replica of another castle that got blown up the nazis during WWII, from the out side the castle looks brilliant.While I was looking at the castle behind me there was a traditional dance performance, the costumes that they were wearing was amazing they were so colourful, the men were wearing hats witch had a beautiful and colourful peacock feather in ...
... mins she reached into her shopping bag and pulled out a 1/2 bottle of water - I have! Yeah, well what good was it in your bag! Of course I didn't say that and wished I could have said something similar in Polish. At this stage the puppy was now sitting and trying to nip my fingers. Phew. Turns out she had two other older dogs at her hotel and this one she had purchased for her daughter who was in Holland. Hmmm. Let's hope she takes better care of him than her Mum. I left the son with ...
... old European hotel. You literally are watching the chefs. I order steak tartare and a guy spends 10 minutes (5 of which are skiving) making it by our table. I then didn't order an Angry Dog, but get one. This is a traditional Polish drink according to my colleague Ania. Essentially it's raspberry syrupy stuff with a huge double vodka. Great. However the angry bit is lugs of Fecking Tabasco in the raspberry. I almost spit my drink out over my highly amused all female team. Warsaw 1 - Barnett ...
... and it was my favourite country this summer. To each their own I guess. I felt the countries of Western Europe were trying to reach further into your wallet and lacked a real sense of culture and hospitality I found so easily in the East. It is a funny thing watching Capitalism at work. Besides, there is more adventure heading to countries people don't seem have on their radar.
I met the most ...
... friendly couple, both German speakers. (They were Polish but their main second language was German.)
Lovely side-street near a huge park. In the park there are five pubs!
And just before the park is the Zielona Gęnś - the Green Goose. Beer's just under $3 1/2 a liter, open wifi (you can access it from the street without a password) and they have great sausages. The chips weren't up ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility