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... in clandestine schools. They also built makeshift rifles, organised the black market so as to survive as long as possible. Unfortunately, the patience of the Germans was nonexistent and summary executions, round ups, looting were carried out daily at an appalling rate. When the Germans began to suffer major setbacks due to the pressure of both western powers and Russia, the uprising of ...
... a driving tour of the city.
Our flight lands in Warsaw on time at 2pm. We collect our luggage and then make our way to the airport train station. It is about 20 minutes into the center of town, where we get off and take a taxi to our hotel. We are just blown away by the hotel (Bristol). It is a classic five-star property right next to the Presidential Palace, and a block away from Warsaw University, and just a couple of blocks from the Old ...
... the sea on this trip! (see blog post "922 steps later")
•Playing football with the Polish children at Agrochatka- The whole experience at Agrochatka was amazing, but the football particularly stands out in my mind as one of those experiences that money can't buy, they sure gave me the run around! (See blog post "A week in the life of Tomik")
•Doing the Colour Run in Bucharest- something else I hadn't planned to do, and only found out about the ...
... yes hot , but no complain. I passed cities like Wielun, Belchatow, Piotrkow and things seem to go as planned. But then I sort of got stuck.
It is a nightmare to find the road, only the roaring motorway seemed to be the way, side roads often were dead ends, or so bad gravel roads, that even walking was a challenge!
Realising I would never reach my goal, I decided to ride and find the direction until sunset.
... had come out and it ended up being relatively warm.
At the cocktail hour portion of the welcome dinner, the tour guide had us all introduce ourselves and tell, not only where we were from but where you would take out-of-towers if they came to visit you. There are 38 of us and it was interesting to see the personalities come through already and the fact that you heard lots of New York accents.