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Jewish cemeteries are where we will meet most of the founders and spreaders of charismatic Jewish movements. In the Halachic world we meet and learn about Shlomo Shachner, the Rema, the Marshal, Yom Tov Heller Lipman, the Taz, the Bach, Rav Haim of Brisk, and most recently Rav Meir Shapira the founder in 1931 of Yeshivat Hochmei Lublin and the Daf Yomi movement. Growing up, in my yeshiva, we lovingly referred to these characters as “the ...
... leading to death from exhaustion. Birkenau was built for one purpose, to kill people. It was like a giant machine. They built train tracks to arrive inside the camp. People got off and were directed into two lines. To the left were the strong ones that would be worth a couple of months work, to the right were the old, children, disabled, pregnant woman and anyone deemed unuseful. They went straight to the gas ...
... Coffee Heaven has its menu in Polish and English. No offence is taken when I blabber in the Anglo-tongue. Although all efforts at Polish are warmly received, it seems.
It also seems quite relaxed here. There's an old lady at the table in front of me, in her purple jacket, eating from an ice-cream cone with a little plastic shovel. She’s been here ages. She didn’t buy the ice-cream from Starbucks ...
... In the morning we enjoyed the breakfast; I didn't know that you could order an entree and main for breakfast, but you could here! We quickly learnt that people are slow risers in Krakow. The town was very quiet in the morning, at 10am the markets where still being set up, and when we signed up for the bicycle tour we were once again the only ones on the tour. We later saw our guide running the same bike tour in the afternoon, with a group of about 20 people. Andrew and I ...
... on one of the lower public levels where people actually come to get married. It was decorated by three men over a period of decades, and includes a carving of Da Vinci's Last Supper.
After walking for a couple of kilometers, it was finally time to ascend to the world above. Because there are so many tourists, the tourist elevator was busy, and we were ushered in groups of 9 to the miners' elevator. It's nothing more than a little ...
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