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The next day was a travel day. We were catching an evening and overnight train to Budapest, and so had all day to do a bit more exploring of Krakow. After checking out and storing our bags, we walked over the river to the site of the Oskar Schindler Factory, now a museum about life during the Nazi occupation of Poland, especially Krakow, during WWII. Oskar Schindler manufactured enamel pots during the war, employing over 1,000 Jews, and thereby saving them from ...
... message from PM Netanyahuu, the lighting of six torches, and the completion of a sefer torah to be carried on future marches. The event concluded with 10000 coming together as one voice signing Hatikva.
I won't go on. It was an amazing day and I am incredibly grateful to the LA BJE, the young men and women of the delegation, and the survivors to have been allowed to spend this very important day with them.
"What kind of dancing do you do? You're a professional aren't you?" I laughed.
"I do hip-hop dancing."
"********! You're an exotic dancer!"
Ok, now I don't know if I should take that as an insult or a compliment. Oh well, if someone's drunk and couldn't dance...
Second, third, fourth... lost count... stops, were really a series of free shots of various flavoured vodka followed by dancing. I've been dancing non-stop; by 1:30 AM I've ...
... liked the massive artwork as most that know me would agree that I have been avoiding following the crowd for most of my life. And the significance of the message was impressive considering the past of the people that once lived here & I could see if the local people find it controversial.
Dodging dog **** in the backstreets & we eventually come to a massive square that was once the centre of the ghetto. In the square is lots of empty steel chairs. When the ...
... a coffee and a milkshake. We went back to the apartment and finished packing our luggage (including our still-wet clothes in separate bags!), and waited for Jacek to come with the car so we could take our things to another apartment for the last night. We were driven to the new apartment, which was bigger than the first one and very nice, and we put our still-wet clothes in the washing machine there so that they could have a rinse cycle.
We walked to Wawel ...
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