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... fans stand! The next 89 minutes of football flew by in a whirlwind of trying not to jump out of my skin every time another flare went off (approximately every 5 minutes), trying not to be hit by a flare and trying not to die from second hand smoking. During this time a seemingly large majority of our end of the stand were more interested in hurling verbal abuse, with accompanying hand gestures of course, at the away fans that actually watching the game! I would say that most ...
... br> We cross over from old Krakow to the Jewish District of Kazimierz, if Old Town is a labrynth, this district is a rabbit warren. Numerous old synagogues, shops, cafes, bars are all crammed into a very tight area. Right in the middle is a small market square where you can haggle for all kinds of touristy items.
Near Kazimierz is the renovated Schindler's factory. This is the famous site where Arthur Schindler, a German Catholic ...
The Czech Republic - Part 3 - Karlovy Vary After 2 nights in Cesky Krumlov it was time to hit the road again. This time we were heading North-West in the Czech Republic towards the German border to a place called Karlovy Vary, which was also known as Carlsbad. I had heard that it was in a very mountainous part of the Czech Republic, that it had originally been part of Bohemian Germany, was a Spa Town, had a large Russian population and was like St. Petersburg - I was interested to ...
... very delicious. We decided to get some desert to finish it off. Apple cake, that was one of the must try foods in Poland! A delicious traditional meal was a great way to start the trip. We then wandered down the street to look at a few places to go and get a drink. There were some pretty cool bars with cheap beer, flavored vodka shots and wine all for 1 euro (4 zloty- Polish currency). We explored Warsaw by day and strolled around the Old Town. The Old Market Square and Old ...
... tough day. We get back to the hotel at 6:15 pm and shabbos is starting at 7:30 pm. We make a decision to be done with Auschwitz and not to “process” it by talking about our feelings during shabbos. As David Kraemer said, “Auschwitz had already ruined enough Shabbatot. We shouldn’t let it ruin another one.”
That evening we joined the Krakow Jewish community at their renovated shul and had a Kabbalat Shabbat service with extra spirit.