Suites Poland

Address: S Omi Skiego Str., Warsaw, Central Poland, Poland | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Warsaw

Wrong turn Warsaw

A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 05, 2014

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... occupation of Warsaw right through to its ultimate liberation. One of the greatest exhibits is the 6 minute 3D movie recreation of flying over the almost completely destroyed city which was put together from thousands of photos taken during the liberation.Time wearing on and feeling rather exhausted from all the information we hailed a taxi and jostled the forming peak hour traffic back to the hostel, the plan had been to get the train to the airport for our flight but finding ...

6 months on the road

A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Oct 03, 2014

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6 months ago, on April the 3rd 2014, I set off from Stansted airport and began my trip around Europe. So, where am I now...

What are the highlights of your trip so far?

A real tough question as there are so many memorable moments, but I'll try and pick out a few!

•Working in Sarandė- This was better than I could have imagined! Despite knowing how long I would be working and living there, I had thought very little about what the place would be ...

Warsaw, after all!

A travel blog entry by housi.muller on Jul 29, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... drinkers. The rescue was a Mc Coffee, of course they exist here too, as anywhere on the planet!
The girl made me a nice coffee which I ordered with a chocolate croissant.
She looked at me, as if I were a wild man, but why would I care.....
At the table, drinking my coffee, I stuck my finger in my ear, thinking what, full of kind of paper....
I had a look at a mirror, some nasty insect must have ...

"Czesc!" - Hello in Polish!

A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 09, 2014

8 comments, 6 photos

... city :) .) The people had their own agenda. Relationships were still important with each other; however, from my eyes it stayed inside the inner circle the people formed. There were a lot of tourists, young people with the university, and middle-aged. I did not see a lot of families. But then I think of big cities in America, and the feel is the same - fast paced, fancy, expensive, a lot to do and see, and not many families. I am not a city-life girl, so I ...

A first look at Warsaw

A travel blog entry by chop49 on Aug 26, 2013

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... the folded pancake. Topping it all was a very generous dollop of sour cream. Damn, we just landed in cholesterol heaven! We washed everything down with some nice Polish beer.

For the second time this trip, neither Hoki nor I could come anywhere close to finishing our meal. Too bad Poland hasn’t discovered 'doggie-bags’. Tummies full, we appreciated the walk back to the hotel. Tomorrow, we would set about doing some ...