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Warsaw 4

Warsaw 4th September

sunny 21 °C

This morning we went back to the Vistula river to scatter my Grandad’s ashes. He was Polish and it was his wish to have his ashes scattered in the Vistula at Warsaw. Yesterday night we bought some flowers from a very happy old lady.


After that my brother and I went to the gym park again but Dad and Mum went back to the apartment. We went back to our regular coffee shop and had another indulgent breakfast with meringue filled with whipped cream and fresh blueberries and cherry chocolate fondant cake. Dad even had a ‘mead’, which is a special wine made from honey. Just up the road was the Madame Curie museum. I learnt that Madame Curie is the only person to win two Nobel prizes in two different areas and that she discovered radium and polonium.


Then we went inside the Royal Castle and I videoed to whole thing with the GoPro.


We visited the St Anne church nearby and listened to an organ concerto.


After we caught an expensive taxi to the Warszawa Centralna and did some shopping. I got clothes, Kai got a nice jumper and Dad got some socks.


Then we walked back to our apartment (only took about 40 mins) and on the way I got a huge tall ice cream.


Posted by pdover 10:11 Archived in Poland Tagged warsaw

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