I just booked a flight to AMSTERDAM that will give me a pretty cool layover in Warsaw. I arrive at 7ish A.M. and don't have to leave until 5ish P.M. Given required check in times, etc, I should have about 7 hours on the ground to see something. There must be some wonderful things to see, food to eat, drinks to drink. Of course I will be getting a guide book on Poland soon, but in the meantime, anyone live there, or been there that had some exceptional experiences that I should do myself? FYI - I'm in my 50's, have some issues with mobility, but won't let that stop me from seeing what I want to see, but bugee jumping probably isn't going to happen - if you get my drift..... I might be completely satisfied with ideas of what to see, eat and drink in 7 hours. Thanks!
One day in Warsaw
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