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S Omi Skiego Str., Warsaw, Central Poland, Poland | Hotel
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A horse and a camel

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 15, 2014

2 photos

... then went for a ride in a carriage. All a bit 19th century if you ask me.
The old town was delightful and impossible to tell it had all been rebuilt. The newer town was very grand with lots of big buildings and churches.
In the evening they spent ages in an antique shop. Willow bought a camel saddle bag. I am not very impressed, first a horse, now a ...

A Weekend in Warsaw

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 06, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... who had received little support from the Soviets or the Western Allies. An estimated 200,000 Poles died during the uprising, and following the surrender, the Nazis proceeded to raze what remained of Warsaw, eventually destroying approximately 85% of the city. In the Old Town where we were staying, there were only 6 buildings that were not completely destroyed during the war. Some people hid in the deserted, ruined city and were shot upon discovery. Wladyslaw ...

Tańczy dla mnie! Dance for me!

A travel blog entry by simon.misik on Jul 29, 2013

... green city, even despite the damage it faced and huge boom of construction after the war.

I also experienced little bit different thing which I normally try to miss out.. as it was my birthday, I also had a quickly look at Warsaw shops so at least I have some souvenir for myself ;). I believe if the crises didnt come, and all of these projects in the city center were completed, Warsaw would get the feeling of a ...

Polishing up our dumplings

A travel blog entry by georgous_travel on Jul 27, 2013

6 photos

... In the wake of this unprecedented planned destruction and ethnic cleansing, 800 000 civilians were killed. At the time that was 60% of the population. We drove into Warsaw on the 26th of July and spent two nights there. Ninety percent of Warsaw, Poland was destroyed in 1944 and when they rebuilt, they did something very brave and honourable. They built replicas of every building and every town to be exactly the same as before it was destroyed. When ...

Welcome to Poland

A travel blog entry by paddyfetherston on Oct 02, 2012

3 comments, 10 photos

We had planned two nights in Warsaw but when we met our Couchsurfing hosts Daniel and Anna we knew we had to stay at least 3 nights.

Daniel and his business partner Matchek dedicated three days to showing us Warsaw, cooking for us, buying us alcohol and laughing off any suggestion of us helping with the cooking or washing.

Daniel and Anna had recently returned from a ...