BEST WESTERN Hotel Felix
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... just snacks to get us to dinner at 6:15.). And we all had to get money because Germany has the Euro and Poland uses the zloty. It was a challenge to figure out how many Zloty to get since we will be in Poland 5 nights. It was an even bigger challenge trying to buy something for 2.90 Zloty (about $.95 with a 100 Zloty bill, about $33!)
Lonely Planet says Poland would get the medal for most eventful history because they have been at the pointy end of wars ...
... from the Marshall Plan.
After that part of the tour, we drove to the area where the Jewish Ghetto would have been and visited the only synagogue that was not destroyed as well as a Monument to the Ghetto Heroes and the Monument to the Warsaw Uprising.
We then broke for lunch and gathered again at 4:30 for a Chopin recital. Dinner was included this evening in the hotel's restaurant.
... other international airport counters and as I waited i observes so many nuances of local dialoguing. The level of empathy shown to each other was like none that I had seen before in my travels. There was a quiet sensitivity mixed with a ceof individual automony. i felt like a school girl again. Waiting to be inspected and my every move watched and monitored carefully.
It was to be my first experience in a true communist country.
... Later that evening we took a walk around the Palace of Culture and Science and had a glass of wine while the lights of the city sparkled around us. Up close, the Palace is an imposing edifice. It’s adorned with what look like cast, rather than sculpted, statues in the classical style. Here and there, though, were the occasional example of Soviet neo-realism socialist statues that looked completely out of place. Then, again, the entire structure looked out ...
I had two hours back at the hotel after the Embassy visit to catch up on some work before heading off to the Stock Exchange to set up for the evening. We had a packed house, and the largest student/alumni panel I have had this year. Our two incoming students also joined us for the evening. It was a wonderful way to wrap up this trip. After the session, the alums invited me to join them for a drink. It was fun to listen to ...