Orbis Hotel Vera

Bitwy Warszawskiej 1920 St. 16, Warsaw, Central Poland, 02366, Poland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Warsaw

Never a dull moment

A travel blog entry by playhard


... in Lodz (pronounced whoooch). He was a friendly guy and also it appeared that the Manager was trying to help also. They left for a minute and came back, letting us know that there was an 8 person room with 4 people in it, and that they were ok with sharing the room with us. It would be free since they made a mistake. We agreed that this was ok, and he took us up 3 flights of stairs with our heavy ass bags. No elevator. I ...

Warsaw - Just A Nice Place

A travel blog entry by wilhelmbryan


... of the city was destroyed during WWII some of it looks old but can only be 50 years at the oldest. Best of both worlds. Then after the fall of communism and all that they got tons of money to build a true capital. Tons of post modern sky scrapers with bizarre but technological architecture. Lots of glass and steel. The city really works together between old and new though. Very impressed.

I've been going to a lot of grocery stores and malls and just walking around. ...

Travels throughout Poland

A travel blog entry by rvenezia


... was wondering how I would feel visiting these two camps. They are very to visit, since public transportation does not make daily stops near them, and therefore I would not have to deal with the throngs of tourists I did at Auschwitz. Visiting Sobibor in 2013 was interesting, like Treblinka, it is the middle of a Polish forest and has a very peaceful feel. It is hard to imagine that in a place of such natural beauty lies of the ...

Warsaw...honouring the past

A travel blog entry by roamingpirate


... as it had been 300 years ago, at least in the old town area. It really is incredible. Our tour guide took us to the beautiful park created for the composer Chopin’s statue, past the new Jewish Museum and ghetto uprising memorial, over new bridges to see the gigantic new soccer stadium, and back to the old town to the tiny squares and “old” buildings. At the mermaid statue, we separated for a free afternoon and we went to ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... The Jewish Ghetto was the largest in Europe and red brick walls were constructed around the ghettos so the Jews could not leave unless the Nazi Army wanted them to. Unlike in Vilnius there were actual walls remnants left from this horrible time. Seeing the red brick wall and knowing what it housed and symbolised was a pretty sobering sight and took us a while to get back our groove.

Once we had it back, we decided to head into the Old Town. This Old Town is ...


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