BEST WESTERN Hotel Felix
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... mandatory to just "throw back" and others that you sipped. No doubt, I'm more of a sipper. This tour was 3 1/2 hours long. We learned a lot about the history, the making of and statistics on how much vodka is consumer around the world. No dinner was needed after our tour - we were stuffed! It was a beautiful sunny day today with a high of 70. Perfect weather for sightseeing. Hoping to have a quite start to our morning. - Diane
... camps, 750 resistance fighters held out for a month, but were finally crushed, 7,000 Jews shot, over 50,000 shipped out. Very sad history...
After WWII the old town was rebuilt using maps, photos, building records...if a photo showed a crack in the wall, it was replicated in the new building. We stopped at another streetside cafe for pierogis (polish dumplings) filled with sauerkraut, potatoes and ...
... she makes leaves becuase "a leaf that is falling off a tree is not alive anymore". She says it is a symbol that helps her to rember those lost in the Holocaust. After leaving Treblinka we returned to the hotel to have Shabbat. All 200 delegation members, the staff, and the surviors crowded into a lobby to do Shabbat services. It was beautiful after a day like we had for us to all come together as one to pray and sing. Then ...
... may or may not be a guest of the hostel or a friend of the guy working reception), there is a kitchen but no table to sit at and two computers being occupied by men in the Russian mafia. In our room there is a girl already asleep (it is 9pm and she has been this way since 6...but I'm tired too so I kinda wish I was her) and in the other dorm there is a sick French man and an older homeless man (not really homeless). We are trapped whispering to each other on John's bunk.
... as my beacon.
Home hosted dinner tonight, Im hoping for English speaking hosts serving perogis for dinner,
The home hosted dinner went well. It was at a potato farm. We ate, stuffed cabbage rolls, potatoes, roasted beets, chicken filets, and for dessert we had crepes in chocolate sauce. We also had vodka infused with cherries. The host family was delightful. Alexandra was the daughter who did the serving and narrating. It was a lovely ...