Orbis Hotel Vera

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

Up from the rubble

A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jul 24, 2014

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... seen since Moscow! I had a delicious lunch of crepes with chantarelles and a dinner of dumplings and beer and a snack of some kind of apple turnover. Yum! Also, I saw so many nuns that I started a count and then I saw so many that I stopped counting. And then all through the Baltic states, and here too, the clothing accessorie for men is the utility vest. So many pockets, so ...

"Czesc!" - Hello in Polish!

A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 09, 2014

8 comments, 6 photos

... is very interesting to us that all the music played, in taxi rides, in restaurants, in shops have all been American music, yet the people in Poland do not speak that much English, if any. Both of us found it intriguing to listen and hear the Polish language. We think it is a beautiful language, and come to find out later, it is one of the hardest languages to learn. After about 40 min, we arrive to our hostel. Our hostel was in a great location in the center of ...

The land of missing vowels

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Sep 23, 2013

9 photos

... literally translates to "Baths Park". Little did I know that Lazienki Park is one of the largest parks in Warsaw originally designed in the 17th century in baroque stye meaning not a good place to break in my brand new Toms. Ouch! my poor feet.

After several hours of walking in pain, we got hungry and stumbled across Mleczarnia Jerozolimska. "Bar Mleczarnia" means milk bar in Polish. Milk bars ...

Heroism, Resistance and Renewal

A travel blog entry by alleifer on Aug 05, 2013

57 photos

... post war history of the Jews of Poland. 350,000 (10%) survived the war and over 100,000 came back to resettle in communist Poland, but about 90,000 of those left as communist anti-Semitic purges grew andthenpeaked in 1968 after the “wring side” won the Six Day War. Kostanty points out us that, today, he proudly wears his kippah in Warsaw without hassle, but when he recently spent a week in Paris he was physically attacked three different times. A final observation ...

Uno – true colours come out.

A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Sep 27, 2012

4 photos

... place which had a name I couldn’t pronounce let alone remember. The change of trains was quite easy, walking off one train we crossed the platform straight onto our second that was there waiting. This train was quite different from the first, from modern electric we now traveling on an aging clunking diesel. The seats and the carriage we were in were nowhere near as comfortable as the first train. We passed through more countryside and ...