- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... old and new city of Warsaw. The city was totally ruined in 1944 by the invasion of Germany from the east and the Soviets from the west. Warsaw liberation army wanted independence and fought vehemently against the Nazi invasion and occupation of Poland. They welcomed the arrival of the Soviets and hoped for support from them in the battle, unfortunately this was not to be. The Soviets waited in haste for the battle to burn out and once the hour arrived, they moved in and ...
Train got in at 8.15 in morning. Went to Eva's house to drop off bags, then on to Dareks parents apartment for beautiful Polish breakfast. Dareks dad, Joseph, took us to see his garden allotment. He has plums, apples, grapes, peaches, tomatoes, capsicum. Had beer and grapes on his allotment hut balcony. Back to Eva's place and then walk through Iława along ...
... But the roads in ,rural Poland are soooo bad!! We h ave been on the road for 5 hours already and still have heaps to go and today wasn't even supposed to be much of a driving day!!! We have lots of laughs anyway. Quick lunch with warm beer at a small village . Saw lots of storks with giant nests on power ...
... Kris wouldn't let anyone near him with a needle he ended up needing to be anesthetised and therefore spent the night in the surgery ward. The result was 10 external stitches and a very lucky little boy (and parents) who did not have the same injury 8 to 10 cm higher or lower which could have easily resulted in a tragic outcome. We have a video of Kris taking us through a blow by blow interpretation of the incident ...
... living quarters. It was well worth the visit and we could easily have spent a lot more than our allocated three hours there.
We ended up at an excellent little hotel outside of Mława where we met some of the Wernicki family who tracked us down to resolve a misunderstanding around where we were meant to be staying, the end result being that we satyed at the old family home for the next couple of days. ...