Warsaw In Your Pocket no.99

DOWNLOAD A FREE PDF | NEW REVIEWS Welcome to the Summer edition of Warsaw In Your Pocket! This is THE best time of year to drop into the capital and “Love Warsaw” (cover translation). It has long been this editor’s favorite time of year to put paper to pen as well. I only mention this dear readers,…

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Picasso’s Warsaw Syrenka

When Picasso visited Warsaw in 1948 he drew the Warsaw’s Syrenka on a wall at ul. Deotymy 48 in the Wola district. The family who lived in the apartment got sick of the constant flow of visitors wishing to view the work and grew to hate the drawing on their wall. They were finally granted permission to paint over the charcoal drawing! Today there’s a recreation of the symbol on the wall of the house at ul.Obrońców 28/30 in Saska Kępa.

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New Reviews in Warsaw In Your Pocket #98

Get the PDF at warsaw.inyourpocket.com Main Feature: Hala Koszyki: Warsaw’s Delicious New Melting Pot The Cool Cat  With a hip and laid back atmosphere you might be fooled into thinking it’s just another hipster bar/cafe. A quick glance at the action packed menu though will take your taste buds on a tour through some truly original Asian…

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Warsaw No.98 (Introducing New Mini-Guides)

The new Warsaw In Your Pocket is out. Get the free PDF. Welcome to the spring edition of Warsaw In Your Pocket! The streets are abuzz as the city reawakens after its brief winter slumber. The city’s many parks and river walks are already a lush green and beckon the first wave of warm weather revelers. The city’s nightlife,…

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Ask The Concierge @InterContinental. Warsaw #98

by Sebastian Brodowski Concierge & Guest Services Manager @ InterContinental Warszawa Member of Les Clefs d’Or Dear Guests, Witamy w Warszawie! We are slowly welcoming spring in our beautiful capital. Residents and the city itself are waking up from their “winter lethargy”. It is a time of year when our surroundings look nicer, people go out…

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Where To Get Your Shamrocks Off On St. Patrick’s Day in PL

Solemn or cathartic, Christian or pagan, in Ireland or anywhere in the world, St. Paddy’s is a reminder of how easy it is to share a heritage that we could call our own and how mankind belongs neither here nor there, but to one another. Here’s a shortlist of places in Poland you can go drown the shamrocks, celebrate everything Irish and honour what brings us all together.

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Ask The Concierge @Marriott. Warsaw #97

by ELŻBIETA MISZCZYK Concierge at the Marriott Hotel Les Clefs d’Or member since 2010 Dear readers of Warsaw In Your Pocket, Hello everyone! February and March were not the warmest months of the year in Poland and at this time of year one does not meet colourful tables, full of guests outside. However I have some comforting…

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New Reviews in Warsaw In Your Pocket #97

Get the PDF at warsaw.inyourpocket.com Main Feature: Andrzej Wajda SAWA Bistro  A modern ambience with a few nice winks to the past – stylish 1950’s-60’s abstract mosaic and a few huge plants. Hefty sharing platters make for a great social eating out experience and the menu is split into manageable and unfussy sections. We also love…

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