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... brace. It does nothing. Just super right around my leg. It's ok because I can get about 5 miles out of my knee before it goes bum. My main concern is finding an English bookstore though. I've finished 4 books so far and now have nothing left. Watching YouTube on my phone with bad internet doesn't really fill the gap.
Leaving now and had a good rest yesterday. Found an English bookstore so re-upped on some must needed literature. Watched some ...
Gdansk for such a large city is very compact and it is easy to walk around. After stumbling into my hostel, I set out to find the Danzig Post Office. Danzig between the wars was actually neither Polish nor German it was a separate independent city-state. This can be seen
in the 1979 movie The Tin Drum directed by Volker Schlöndorff .One of the only Polish institutions in the city was the Post Office. In the ...
... the composition of the Krakow Friday night minyan. It was 1 streimel, 6 black hats (some with and some without peyos), 25 locals (some in T shirts and jeans), and the rest tourists. It is for sure the most eclectic group I ever davened with.
So –do roots matter? On this trip I learn that they certainly do. The epicenter of Jewish life for hundreds of years – Poland – was forced by Nazism, communism and Polish anti-Semitism to become almost ...
... and historic places; a lot of which have to do with Germany takeover in World War II. We finish the day off on a local patio with great drink specials and lots of locals before we head back to our hostel for the evening.
We decide to leave Warsaw a few days earlier than expected so Saturday morning we check out of our hostel with a stop at the local bakery for breakfast, and we head to Warsaw Central train station to start our journey up to the Northern coast of ...
... that was divided into a number of cabins that contained two bench seats facing each other, with room for four on each bench. Tucan had booked three cabins for our group, but Sara warned us that as we got closer to Warsaw the train would pick up more people and the reservation system wasn’t really followed, we could expect more people to join us in our cabins.
Sara, Sav, Michael and I occupied one cabin which was ...
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