23rdToday we decided to leave Warsaw in search of more fun in the places to come. Warsaw is ok, but very much like every other main city, and it has started to get a bit boring walking around city streets, crossing busy roads and looking at big buildings. Today we decided to go to the science museum which is inside the Stalin Tower. It cost about 1.50 to get in and to me it was money well spent. But for Oli is was a bit of a waste of time. This was mainly because half the museum is dedicated to engines and all sorts of motorized transport. They even had about 6 rally cars in a room at the bottom. After the museum we went back to the hostel and stashed our bags in the hostels laundry room, and headed out to dub night Oli had found in the local night club directory. When we found the night club it just looked like a concrete box with a door at one side, the building was about the size of a house (just the bottom floor) but when we got in we instantly realized that we had hit jackpot. It was dark, pretty dingy and very load! The dance floor was a living room size section at the far end and as we walked to it the dub started to take over and the walk turned into a swaying lope. The dance floor was filled with like minded people, just there for the music and to have a good time. None of the loutish behavior you would expect from a club in Warsaw (the favorite destination for stag nights), it seemed we had found a local gem. After skanking out for hours the club the music started to empty (about 4am) and we retired to a room that had previously been a private party. We sat in the comfy chairs and eat the rest of the food that had been put there for the party goers. We met a man who had been to Russia and Mongolia and started talking to him for a while, getting some advice on what to do and what not to do in Russia. We left the club about 5 and headed back to the hostel to get some free coffee and get our bags.