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  • 36 months in Warsaw. A reflection.3 years in Warsaw today. As I sit in front of my laptop, slightly inebriated, an old song from Pearl Jam starts playing on my speakers, "Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town", and I can't help but Posted by ZackMeursault in Subterranean | Nov 15, 2018
  • Vocation and Destiny I've been reading an amazing book called "The Dilemma of Narcissus" by Louis Lavelle. I carry this book in my tennis bag so I mostly read it on the tram when I'm going to or Posted by ZackMeursault in Subterranean | Nov 1, 2018
  • Day 17I like Warsaw a lot...it’s a city but with big open spaces and greenery. Keith, however, does not like it because it’s a city and consequently you hear noise and sirens everywhere! However, hotel is good and having finally managed Posted by nanny0gg in The great anniversary trip! | Oct 31, 2018
  • Travel Day to WarsawIt is hard to believe that I have been travelling for 2 weeks already. It is also hard to believe that some people come down to breakfast as if they have just rolled out of bed. Really dude?? Posted by moorsey88 in Russia & the Baltics | Oct 28, 2018
  • Day 16Well the train did eventually get to Bialystok and in heavy drizzle! Couldn’t see where to go to get to main station in the dark so hauled the luggage up and over a footbridge with much difficulty to get to Posted by nanny0gg in The great anniversary trip! | Oct 30, 2018
  • Going Home 2.0Well there are first times for everything and today was that day. The day started off seamlessly….beautiful sunny day was great for a final walk around Old Town. I stopped for breakfast and then finished packing back at Posted by moorsey88 in Russia & the Baltics | Oct 29, 2018
  • Last Full DayAnother day to sleep in – ahhhhh! Ok, sort of…. I decided to take part in another free walking tour – these really are the best things. Even though I have been here before – it has Posted by moorsey88 in Russia & the Baltics | Oct 28, 2018
  • Schindler‘s Factory’ & ‘Rynek Underground’ - Day 8Caught a tram and then walked to ‘Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory’ with entry tickets for 11am (just as well we got them the day prior as it was sold out). It was very different to what I had expected, Posted by pitchersontour in Pitcher's Europe Trip 2018 | Oct 1, 2018
  • Nowa Huta, Poland - Day 7Nothing planned today so didn’t leave the apartment till mid morning. Headed to ‘Main Market Square’ for a coffee, long queue so I left Ian to fend for himself - typical male did not listen to where I was Posted by pitchersontour in Pitcher's Europe Trip 2018 | Sep 30, 2018
  • AFLGrand Final / Auschwitz-Birkenau - Day 6What a start to the day - up a 6am to watch the AFL Grand Final, WCE v Collingwood - my phone started buzzing about 4am with family sending messages through (obviously forgetting the 8hrs time difference). Ian sat Posted by pitchersontour in Pitcher's Europe Trip 2018 | Sep 29, 2018
  • Krakow, Poland - Day 5First full day in Krakow and with a temperature of 22 degrees, we decided to make the most of it - tomorrow apparently is going to have a maximum of 12. Headed early to ‘Main Market Square’ where Ian Posted by pitchersontour in Pitcher's Europe Trip 2018 | Sep 28, 2018
  • Krakow, Poland - Day 4Set our alarm for 7am, not sure why we bothered as we were both awake at 4am! Left our apartment at 9am and Ian got a last coffee from his favourite shop and we walked 15 minutes to the Posted by pitchersontour in Pitcher's Europe Trip 2018 | Sep 27, 2018
  • Last Days.We had been happily travelling around different parts of the world for more than six weeks, but all good things must come to an end. It was the last day of our holiday. We had a late check out at Posted by irenevt in Summer | Sep 22, 2018
  • WARSAW and KRAKOW, POLANDWe took the all night bus from Vilnius to Warsaw. We left in the pouring rain at 1030 pm. Anna, our couch surfing hostess, had emailed that she would meet us at the bus, she Posted by CherylGypsyRose in Backpacking Europe on fifty dollars/day | Sep 19, 2018
  • Poland 2018 - Warsaw and KrakowMy first trip to Europe for 2018 had me going to Poland where I would be seeing Warsaw and Krakow. Both cities are fairly old with lots of history and were both in the forefront of events during World Posted by pensfan30157 in Dave's Travels | Sep 19, 2018
  • Wandering around Warsaw.We woke up early and headed to breakfast, conscious of the fact that we only really had one full day and a day with a late checkout to look at Warsaw and anxious to get started. We decided to start by Posted by irenevt in Summer | Sep 18, 2018
  • A Phoenix from the Ashes. A Warsaw rose. This was our second visit to Warsaw. We visited many years ago when we were working in Poland and living in the small town of Lebork, near Gdansk. Our first visit was ju Posted by irenevt in Summer | Sep 17, 2018
  • Warsaw - Tragedy upon tragedyLeaving the Wolf's Lair we drove south toward Warsaw, we were booked into a cute little hotel right in the centre of the city, in the town square. Entering Warsaw there were crowds of people everywhere and police were redirecting traffic Posted by Seniorcitizens in By Train and Boat and Plane | Sep 3, 2018
  • Endless Summer in WarsawLately I have been thinking how, for the first time in my life, I have spent the months of July and August without going to the ocean/sea. I also haven't been swimming in any lakes and I have been only Posted by ZackMeursault in Subterranean | Aug 29, 2018
  • Day 9Krakow-Wieliczka Wieliczka-Krakow Krakow-Budapest (overnight) We checked out of our Krakow apartment this morning. After storing our bags in a locker at the station, we took the short train ride to the nearby salt mines. Getting down to the first Posted by ThompsonHoliday in Interrailing 2018 | Jul 29, 2018
  • Day 8Today was a very similar day to yesterday. After another slow start, we walked to the nearby Krakow Botanical Gardens. After initially missing the entrance, what should have been a 10 minute walk, took almost 40 minutes. Once inside, Posted by ThompsonHoliday in Interrailing 2018 | Jul 28, 2018
  • Day 7We had an easier day today, catching up on some much needed sleep. Late morning we strolled to the nearby Krakow shopping centre, a three storey building with C&A, Clarks and H&M sitting alongside a range of designer stores. Posted by ThompsonHoliday in Interrailing 2018 | Jul 27, 2018
  • WarsawWe can handle the rain, we can handle the cold, we can even handle the wind, but we can’t handle all three. In the 40°s - burr, a constant rain-soaked, wind - blusterous. That was our first full day in Posted by 123Joanne in Travel the World | Jul 26, 2018
  • KrakowFrom the first moment we saw the city square in old town we were in ahh. One of the prettiest, biggest, cleanest city squares we’ve seen. The square is comprised of restaurants, shops, museums, beautiful buildings and even carriage rides. Posted by 123Joanne in Travel the World | Jul 26, 2018
  • Day 6We settled into our cosy (tiny) couchette. It sleeps 6, but 4 of us and our luggage was fairly tight. Ruth hardly slept a wink, tossing and turning and pulling blinds up and down. Charlotte suffered Posted by ThompsonHoliday in Interrailing 2018 | Jul 26, 2018
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