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... as competition from budget airlines has made overnight trains obsolete!
We planned our day pretty well and managed to see everything we intended and made it to the final bus stop with time to spare. After checking our phones we were astonished to discover that we had walked about 11 miles around the city! Our feet weren't as surprised.
We boarded our coach and set out for the long journey to Germany. As the bus pulled away ...
... deaths. They wanted the right to choose how and when they died and to die with dignity and so one day they decided to fight back. They knew they weren’t going to win but wanted to go out fighting and there are many monuments around the perimeter to the Ghetto which are dedicated to the memory of those who suffered and died within the ghetto. Our guide also told us of the various uprisings that the Polish had planned and of the secret Polish community which ...
... that this was Poland's capital. Wide roads which were 'crossed' through an underground network of tunnels surrounded by tall modern buildings. Quite different from sleepy Krakow which felt more like a large suburb in comparison. We walked the short distance to our hostel for the night, collapsed on our bunk beds and quickly dismissed any and all ideas about walking over to see the old town square.
Dinner was the left over food we had been ...
... in Poland, running north from the Carpathian Mountains to the Baltic & saw the huge football stadium before returning to the west side of the river passing the Memorial to the Warsaw rising of 1944 into the old part of the city which also has been completely reconstructed, based on paintings of Canaletto. We walked around the old town & saw, amongst other places, the birthplace of Marie Curie. One church had been used in the rising as a hospital & when ...
April 23/4 The Journey Begins
The Los Angeles delegation of the BJE March of the Living started today with a VERY early arrival at LAX. After a bit of a balagon (craziness) at the airport as 220+ people tried to check into 3 separate flights, it was off to either Chicago (the majority of the group) or NY (the smaller group).
After uneventful flights, the NY group landed first and had a short, 1 hour tour of the old Jewish ghetto ...