Apartamenty Tww Lubicz
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Wat een dag...Laat ik beginnen met te zeggen dat het met Sterre helemaal prima gaat. Mede dankzij alle lieve woorden, kusjes en knuffels uit Nederland. Trap op gaat nog wat moeizaam maar verder loopt ze weer als een kieviet. En dat kan ik weten want we hebben vandaag aardig wat gelopen.
Om zeven uur gaat al onze wekker. We kleden ons snel …
... at a sheer wall of rock with the water immediately to the left. In desperation I manage to cross just upstream of the narrowest part; we have to try to climb up the sides of the gorge to get past. I've managed to cross using a fallen tree and a big jump into the shallows the other side. Sam is adamant she cannot make the crossing without breaking or twisting an ankle and after a minute of sizing it up decides to head back upstream to cross a ...
... but to adopt Communist doctrine. Nobody could believe that the USA and UK would allow USSR to take over so everyone was waiting for another war to take place.
'Normalization' started taking place where people had to get on with their lives, and they gave up believing things would not be any better than they were. Countries were forced to accept Communism.
20 million people died in WW2.
Those were criminal years - you accept it ...
... areas where her uncles had been housed before being shot at the wall of death. inside the buildings that used to house thousands of Jews there were many photographs, drawings and reconstructions that told the story of whist happened here but what got to me most was seeing certain items that had been taken of the Jews when they were at the camp. most Jews were told they could start a new life here so had with them there most valuable posses ...
... with yesterday;-let me explain; On most street corners you find a polish man or woman selling a local polish traditional bread thing from a big clear cart filled with loads of them- basically a huge ring of bread with a glaze - similar to a bagel only double the size- Some plain and some with seeds. I said we must at least try them. So I picked this elderly polish lady who spoke not a single word of English ...