Suites Poland

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

Things that go bump in the night

A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 02, 2014

... to get through. Paul was right, there wasn't much about Schindler. There was a half-hour documentary about working in his factory and his desk, and that was about it. Instead, the whole thing was dedicated to Krakow under Nazi occupation in World War II. From there we caught a taxi back into the old town. It was a 15-minute trip, so I'm not sure how we would've gone if we'd walked. We stopped at St Andrew's church, one of the oldest in Poland having been built in the 11th century. ...

A Bit More on Data and Documents

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 23, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... Ringelblum and Oneg Shabbat leave traces of the people who are otherwise lost in the numbers and data. They provide closure and memory for those who have survived them. And I don't just mean surviving family members, but also surviving communities. Surviving generations. As a testament to this concept, the city of Warsaw has organized an annual Memory March to commemorate the liquidation of ...

I Came, I Saw, I Went

A travel blog entry by diane.reed on May 28, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... trip is very different to that in Turkey. We have seen many, many hours of fields of vegetation. The land is mainly flat with little variation. As we are on major roads, we see little of the townships on the way.

Warsaw's claim to tourist fame is the UNESCO listed old town, which was completely rebuilt after the war. Wide streets, lots if coffee for tourists, but little chance for locals to live ...

Well thats not what i expected from Warsaw

A travel blog entry by zoe13 on May 14, 2014

... but there was so much information to take in that toward the end I was just looking at the displays and pictures covering the walls. At parts it was ***********centrate because of all the school groups running around here and there, but it was definitely worth a visit. I enjoyed the coffee shop that was modeled after a 1940s Warsaw coffee house, the 3D movie that was computer generated to show what Warsaw looked like after WWII was interesting as it ...

First dayz

A travel blog entry by roamtheplanetli on Dec 27, 2013

... it turned out that there was a connecting bus ride to the opposite terminal that had half an hour increments built into it.
had I delayed and meandered thinking that two hours was suffiecient I may have not made it in time for the connecting flight.
I was so happy to have met another fellow traveller who chatted and kept me company for the time of flight departure. she was a local Polish woman who had just been to India for holidays.
It was a ...