Regent Warsaw Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Warsaw
... perspective of Jewish life and contribution because only a small portion of the exhibition is about the holocaust, the rest is about Jewish migration through the centuries, life and times, so would be worthwhile. Outside there’s a large courtyard with an enormous bronze depicting Mordechai, one of the young leaders of the uprising, made by Nathan Rappaport, a well known sculptor.
So at 5.30 we were pretty well exhausted, and luckily we were ...
... so far, I would have spent less overall the £30 average fare that the £300 rail pass costs. There are various types of pass on sale from three companies operating in the UK, and I'd bought one that gave me 10 trips in 22 days. The actual cost of the tickets, had I bought them point to point, would have been much less. Not only that, but I chose a route that included an overnight ferry across the Adriatic and Croatian towns where there were no trains, only busses, none ...
... the Heart of the World. There is something to the fact that Jews formed a central part of Poland’s intelligentsia, her artistic and creative energy. As deeply Catholic as Poland seems, and as many anti-Semitic stories about Poland as I recall hearing, there is a real affinity between at least some Poles’ souls and the Jewish neshama.
The Jewish experience in Poland did not just take place in Krakow and Warsaw. One morning I found myself in ...
... We all ordered a bowl of soup each and mum and I split a sandwich - a light lunch for us! We soon rectified this with a couple of cakes afterwards before heading to the viewing platform at the top of the Palace of Culture and Science. The view of Warsaw from up here was second to none and the platform offered a 360 degree panorama of the city. After checking out the different views we headed back down but not before we saw some "Pole-dancing" on one corner of the platform! ...
... care about egos and money because in a way, this keeps you alive and helps you move up in social status. We cannot fault him or choose not to like him just because of where he is from. We live in a country where gender and race equality and political stability are the norm. The rest of the world is not always this way. Hence whey many people migrate to the US. Glib was polite to us, sharing his hukkah and even giving us a gift of his country's currency when we ...