Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... stomach? The author tried an egg and lettuce roll while the co-author wolfed down a salami & mozzarella roll, no problems with her system now. We found the plastic palm tree (no joke) at the Rondo Ch. De Gaulle'a and turned left up the Main Street of the New Town which of course leads to the Old Town (are you keeping up with this?) Apparently the plastic palm tree (full size) symbolises the link between Jerusalem and the Jews in Warsaw. ...
... were running through it as were dogs and some other people (like me) to cool off.
So next on our list of things to see what "Old Town" Warsaw, which was very near to us. As we left, we wandered down a little alley and saw lots of little souvenir shops. There was an older man, dressed up in ornate Polish military regalia. Amanda snapped a photo with him and it turns out he was working for a restaurant. This place was a bit ...
... drink the tap water... and it's delicious
- only has one metro line. Everyone uses trams and buses
- a very "green" city
- does NOT use the euro... yet
I’m really happy I decided to go to Warsaw. It was a spur of the moment thing, but I really needed a relaxing place to recuperate from being sick. There isn’t a ton to do but everything is well organized. It had easy public transportation and if there is ever a ...
... me up at drop me off at the Wolfsschanze or Wolf’s Lair, which was Hitler’s main headquarters during World War II. This is the place where many of the famous photos of Hitler were taken during the war and where Count Von Stauffenberg attempted to assassinate him on July 20, 1944. Many of the bunkers were very thick and even though a lot of dynamite was used to blow up the bunkers, many remained in fairly good ...