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... markets and had a leisurely lunch. In the afternoon we spent a bit of time chilling out in the hostel and catching up on the last bit of travel/accommodation booking.
Our our second and last day we had planned to go ...
... way to finish off Europe, that and the buffet meal we had that night.
A new adventure awaits in Asia and I am excited for that. Here are a few of my favourite solo travel moments:
- Night out with night Dutch friends in Prague, Czech Republic
- Turkish boys, "yes, it was mistake" episode in Bratislava, Slovakia.
- Meeting a new Australian friend in Budapest, Hungary
- Balkan Brass ...
... waffles with whipped cream and fruit or chocolate sauce. Grabbed the 180 Bus back home to rest and recoup.
Today we sadly checked out of the Boutique B&B and I had my last
rhubarb juice. We took the bus up Nowy Swiat to the Church of the Holy Cross where the composer Chopin's heart is stored. A native Polish son from Warsaw, Chopin lived in exile in France, but his wish was to have his heart returned to Poland when he ...
... I were getting frustrated that people had so little respect. We saw some chimps, lemurs, marmosets, elephants (named Erna, Leon, Fryderyka and Buba), rhinoceros', llamas, and lizards and snakes and crocodiles. We went to see the giraffes, and could see two people on the outside of the opposite fence of the enclosure feeding a giraffe yellow wildflowers (it was leaning its neck over the fence). We started to walk over, but saw a sign saying that we couldn't go down the path to get to ...
... spend a few hours wandering around and learn about a part of the war that I had not know about. I had known about the ghetto uprising, but I had not known anything about the Warsaw uprising. This was a great in depth detailed account of the very short lived attempt by the Poles in Warsaw to try and win their freedom.
It was hunger that drove us out of the museum. Being cold and walking a lot will make you hungry very fast. Luckily we were surrounded by good looking food ...