Royal Route Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Pets allowed
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... to see two museums which were pretty far from the other attractions. On our way to the Warsaw Uprising Museum, we seemed to be walking forever. It gave us a different view of life in Warsaw and an unexpected surprise.
Well outside of the tourist part of the city we stumbled upon a well known pottery company that was beginning to close. I was so excited that we just happened to find this place! We had plenty of time left in our day, so ...
... involved a rather large group and only one speaker. However this is not the reason why I found myself most distracted. That was more to do with two additions to our tour group who acted like naughty school children! About 20 minutes into the 2 hour tour and Pops had had enough! He ventured off to find a beer (yet another surprise!) with promises to meet us in the town square later on. The walking tour took us around the main square of Old Town Warsaw and told us the tale ...
... and then walked to the last gate in the terminal. Lufthansa has free newspapers and coffee and tea at the gate area. Pretty nice. When it was time to board the plane, we were transported by bus about a mile around the airport to where our plane was waiting. It was a 90 passenger plane with 2 seats on each side of the aisle. Because of the European Union there was no customs upon arrival. We got ...
... left at mid day to catch the train to Warsaw & were surprised to find that it went from a large suburban station. It arrived & left in about 4 minutes with us in a first class compartment all to ourselves but it was extremely hot with substandard a/c so we sweltered until we crossed the Polish border where we waited whilst they changed engines. Come home buses, all is forgiven!!! After about 25 mins we set off again but now we were at the back of the train ...
... group of us boarded a heard of buses that took us to our lunch stop, the courtyard of the Museum of Technology(see photo). After meeting for the first time in our reflection groups we then re-boarded the busses to travel to one of the final standing walls of the Warsaw Ghetto(see photo). We heard poems written by people who lived in the Ghetto and discussed the uprising that happened there, Then we saw the building that was ...