Royal Route Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- TV Channel One Russia
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Route Residence Warsaw
Travel Blogs from Warsaw
... some of the ghetto brick wall and a very modern Jewish memorial and education centre. To cheer us up after this sobering experience we enjoyed a a hot chocolate and muffin at a renowned chocolate shop that has traded in Warsaw for over a century.
Short walk towards the river and back towards our hotel. Cheryl bought a small polish souvenir before we arrive back to our room, very tired and foot sore. Preparations for our train to Krakow tomorrow before bed. ...
... houses look much the same, lots of steep roofs with mostly cream or pale pastel beige/lemon walls. Not many animals, I saw a couple of black and white spotted cows at one place but no sheep. There were lots of stands of trees too.
It was only 2 ½ hours to Katowice and Andy was on the platform to meet us and to take us to the Air B’n’B Jen had found. It’s very central, a one bedroom ...
... 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 ...
... to know our friend Shannon, and Kaisa, a local EnvEuro student who was fortunately eager to show us around Warsaw. Before long, Travis called it a night, and the three of us who remained visited a club called Mono Bar before finally returning to our beds (or, in my case, floor).
I didn't necessarily feel like I had seen everything Warsaw had to offer when I woke up on our final day in the city, but I had a more pressing concern that morning. ...
... mermaid who visited and was the envy of all the local girls and so was made into a statue in the centre square. Our guide informed us that the Old Town part of Warsaw was rebuilt in just seven years after the war which made the exploration even more impressive! We also visited the walls of the old town and learnt why the two archways into the old town aren’t parallel. This was so that if someone was trying to use cannons to force their way into the city they could damage ...