BEST WESTERN Hotel Portos
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... of the Chef and comment about it on my coming trip next year.
The lack of guests during this season seems reasonable to me. Most people prefer eating outside, but with the first drops of rain the restaurant instantly restores its normal function, popularity and fame.
Buffet type of breakfast with a tiny open kitchen for omelets and with an excellent selection ...
... In the final days of the war, even Warsaw's Old Town dominated by the castle was totally destroyed. Story has it that Stalin delayed the entry of the Red Army into Warsaw to allow the Germans to complete the destruction of the city on the basis that it would make it easier for the Soviets to dominate Poland when the war ended. So complete was the destruction that consideration was even given to moving the capital elsewhere.
Reconstruction began in 1949 beginning with the Old ...
On Thursday we had a few hours before our midday train to Warsaw, so we visited the main square again, this time to explore the Rynek Underground Museum. Krakow was a very important junction of many trading routes in medieval times. In 2005, they discovered the old market place underneath the current one. Five years later, there is a museum showcasing merchant life during that time. After extensive excavation, it was covered over again. We arrived ...
... Ghetto. This year has only been the third year of the march and each year, a specific individual is highlighted for their sacrifice and their contribution to our memory (the first year commemorated Janusz Korczak and the children of the ghetto, and the second year commemorated Maria Ajzensztadt). This year, the inspiration of the Memory March was none other than Dr. Ringelblum, and I was lucky enough ...
... 000 Jews died in the ghetto due to overcrowding, forced labor, filthy living conditions, harsh weather, lack of sanitation, starvation and disease. In 1943, as the impending liquidation of the ghetto became clear, a group of Jewish resistance fighters led by a young man named Mordecai Anielewicz, fought and held back the Nazi army for approximately a month, in the largest instance of Jewish organized resistance to Nazi persecution seen in the ...