Decided to drive remaining distance to Warsaw, set up, shower and breakfast and start looking around. Found camp easily, about 4kms from city centre, with a bus stop across the park.
As we had collected a map from the camp office, we took the bus to the end of its run, and then walked up to main square in old town. The buildings were magnificent, and lots of restoration work going on, but as we found out later, 85% of Warsaw was destroyed in the war. Many of the buildings were rebuilt from paintings after the war.
We were having a cuppa, when we noticed a young girl standing with a sign which said , free walking tours. We enquired and discovered that she was conducting a tour of the old town in fifteen minutes. So we joined the tour. She was very informative, and during the next two hours we saw some amazing stuff.
More photos of the barbican.
Photos of the three statues, faith, hope and justice which support one section of the law courts.
Two statues which symbolize the insurrection, when the Poles rebelled against the German invaders.
Following dinner we caught the bus back to Myrtle.