Regent Warsaw Hotel
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... entrance but as cannonballs cant turn corners the second entrance would remain intact.
We also visited the boundaries of the old Jewish Ghetto - the area in which Jews were confined and forced to live before being shipped off to concentration camps in the Second World War. Many people in the Ghetto realised that they weren’t going to survive much longer, either the starvation and unsanitary conditions would kill them or the Germans would, and decided to plan ...
... down to make him go to bed.
Just as we were getting ready to go to sleep one of our missing bunk mates arrived. It was a young woman from the Ukraine who seemed intent on quizzing us about our travels and life in Australia. We indulged her for a little while before politely disengaging from the conversation with excuses of needing sleep for an early flight. And no, we didn't ask about her thoughts on the Malaysian airlines plane or the political situation at ...
... hit the "reset" button. We walked directly to the Chopin museum, but they were not yet open. So we walked down a big hill and bought some fresh strawberries and a couple peaches from a little stand. We found a park next to the river and it was a silly Polish park. there was a "garden of sounds" or something like that and each curved metal pillar had a speaker built into it. Out came noises like dripping water or a little stream. Amanda and ...
... This guy Jonathan in his late 20's. He gave me tons of help and gave me the back story of Warsaw and why he's been here for 6 years after living in Chicago. But truly Warsaw is that little gem you never hear about because it's overshadowed by Berlin, Rome, Paris and the likes. I honestly think this place will be a huge tourist hot spot in a few years and be on TV as the new European place to go. Ok off to see Robocop.
Found a sports shop with ...
... in our first Central European country.
I had been worried about Poland for some time previous to arriving. Normally I don't get spooked by negative press about countries, but in Poland’s case there were so many stories about thievery, both minor and major, violent crime and general bad conditions all round. I knew Poland was not the wealthiest of countries, but I did not think it was going to be as bad as I was reading. I was now expecting slums in the ...