Hotel Victor

Address: ul. Andrzeja 1A, Pruszkow, Central Poland, 05-800, Poland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on ul. Andrzeja 1A, Pruszkow, is near Motorisation Museum (Muzeum Motoryzacji i Techniki).
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    Travel Blogs from Pruszkow

    Warsaw & the Royal Castle

    A travel blog entry by jennyvan on Jul 01, 2015

    7 photos

    ... used for a different purpose. Poland formed the 2nd constitution in the World after the U.S. It was the first in Europe. The Kings were elected by the parliament, it was not done through lineage like other European monarchs. The palace was completely rebuilt after the war using real gold and marble throughout. The paintings and sculptures throughout were saved before the war and hidden from the Nazis. The King assisted in ...

    Warsaw National Museum

    A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 23, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... remnants of the walls and apartments. The John Paul 11 collection contains over 400 paintings and sculptures gifted to them. These include works by Salvador Dali, Renoir, Rodin etc, exciting stuff. But when we arrived there a sign on the front door said "Museum Closed Today". Damn! So, out with the Warsaw handy pocket guide and decided on a further 2km walk to the National Museum, which rightly should be called the National Art Gallery. This huge ...

    Warsaw, Poland

    A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 24, 2014

    We visited the All Saints Catholic Church
    Our tour guide's grandfather's brother was a priest there. There were only 3 priests there during the war. These priests risked their lives to smuggle food to fix for people who came in, including Jews. They allowed the Jewish children to play in the courtyard during the day. Children were the biggest smugglers of food. Children 12 and under could sneak out. The children were easier to hide. Food was very expensive when it could be purchased. I ...

    We're here in Warsaw!

    A travel blog entry by dft on May 09, 2014

    4 photos

    ... freshened up and bit and went right out to see Warsaw. The concierge had given us directions to the closest ATM and his recommendation for a good restaurant (Kultura) serving typical Polish food. We both chose Kaczka Pieczona z Jabłkami or Roast Duck with Apples Recipe which was awesome. It was served with roasted potatoes, sauerkraut and a red berry sauce kind of ...

    Warsaw - Just A Nice Place

    A travel blog entry by wilhelmbryan on Feb 12, 2014

    22 photos

    ... spoke near fluent English. Definitely don’t make this your single destination but it would be a nice hub for Eastern Europe. Really interesting looking back and thinking of how they mixed post WWII rebuilding and post-modern architecture. Warsaw really opened my eyes to traveling cheaper. I was able to find some supermarkets and ate 2 out of the 3 meals that way. It’s a nice way to save money and maybe grab some food from back home that you know you’re comfortable ...