Regent Warsaw Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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Travel Blogs from Warsaw
... Warsaw to Tallinn in Estonia and working back south to the various places I'd had on my wish-list. He's flying back on Sunday but, as my budget has gone better than expected, I've decided to carry on with my solo travels.
... about our day in the city. We saw ice skaters twirling around the square under twinkling lights, an accordion played on the corner along with a man on an xylophone of sorts down the street, and we enjoyed a candlelit dinner in a restaurant that remained open just for us. Best of all, I enjoyed it with my favorite travel companion. Warsaw may not be next year's romantic destination, but we managed to find everything we needed on this special ...
... deaths. They wanted the right to choose how and when they died and to die with dignity and so one day they decided to fight back. They knew they weren’t going to win but wanted to go out fighting and there are many monuments around the perimeter to the Ghetto which are dedicated to the memory of those who suffered and died within the ghetto. Our guide also told us of the various uprisings that the Polish had planned and of the secret Polish community which ...
... dedicated to the ghetto resistance fighters. Stopped for a blueberry Pierogie and relaxed for a few minutes. We then walked to the concert hall for our 4 PM private piano recital of Chopin Music. After the concert, we walked back to the hotel via the upscale Nowy Swiat street. Since some of the streets in Warsaw are very wide, you cross in underground passageways filled with little shops. lt ...
Actually had some free time this morning, which is why I've now caught up with this TravelPod stuff. Late morning, off we went to the old town quarter of Warsaw, visiting various sites on the way, including the Warsaw Ghetto plus a very weird statue of Chopin with a tree/hand thing over his head. I would have thought that it'd make more sense sticking a piano in front of him instead, but not being the Polish minister for statues, I don't get much say in these things. I have the bad news ...