Old Town and Such

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Warsaw, Poland

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andrewmarshall andrewma…
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Jun 27, 2006
Warsaw is a very old town with a ton of history, that was all destroyed in WWII and rebuilt. Personally I liked it less than Krakow, but I think that was mainly because I loved living in the dorms (see Krakow entry). Rynek (Main square) was beautiful and was fantastically restored to look exactly like the city before the Nazis destroyed it. The Castle is beautiful, but Im not a huge art person, so the inside was kinda boring for me. For food, eating in Rynek is nice, but a bit more pricy. I loved the Kebab stands, for about $3usd you get a tasty lunch/dinner and a coke which was great especially on a student budget (more on Kebabs in Krakow). Overall loved Warsaw, and I definatly recommend a visit to there
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