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Poland-the only way I can think to describe my first impression of it is that is is beautiful, yet sombre.
The first thing our group did here was visit the castle on top of the hill. Legend has it that a dragon guarded the cave until men defeated it-sounds a bit like the hobbit story to me. Isn't it grand to think that wherever you go, people have similar stories. It makes the language barrier seem less of a barrier in sense; we are all connected through our humanity, our ...
... to call it a night! Good times!
Arriving to Krakow at night with all the lights, it was already much prettier than Berlin. I wondered if in the morning, things would look different. They did not! This city is really pretty, especially the area around the Old Town Square. I think I am going to like it here. My hotel is the Venetian House Aparthotel and it is located right on the Square. Great location!
... such a richness in music and song. Then back along the streets to the lit up square where there was much activity. The time was after 2300. Until we could not resist any longer and decided to fulfill the little girl Cinderella and climbed into the carriage and went to a ride around what used to be medieval walls of the city, but is now lined with trees. Just to let you know we didn't turn into a pumpkin as we were back in the hotel at ...
... no money and survive on $400 a month to survive on. No subsidization.
2. THE GOOD of COMMUNISM:
I had never thought there might be any good in Communism.
And how much good and bad there is in all systems.
- flat salary, pension, no fees, no taxes.
- No unemployment.
- Every person is guaranteed a ...
... We turned off the lights around 12:30pm and tried to get some rest. I found the cabin to be incredibly hot, too much so to sleep. I also found myself experiencing some undefined anxiety. I think I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to develop as strong of friendships in Prague as I did in Krakow, and that thought left me feeling a bit lonely and distressed. I rested my eyes for a few hours before taking out my laptop to write. ...