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... one without a lift! It was worth it though, as from several flights of steps up we had good views of the city and also across the river to the National Stadium, built in 2012 for the European Championships. We then went to the Pawiak prison museum. Originally a Polish prison, it was taken over by the Germans in World War II. During these times, a cell meant for 3 had up to 18 people in it. Food consisted of bread in the morning, soup made from moldy fish at lunch, ...
Pleasantly surprised by Warsaw after reading about how congested it is. So much going on and it has a really good atmosphere with trendy cafés and shops. We visited the Warsaw Uprising Museum and were astonished by the bravery of the men and women involved and then walked around the Old ...
... time to board the plane. Besides our flight on Sata Airlines going to Porto, Ryanair has been on time and fast to board and depart. This airline doesn't have first-class seats, it is a low-cost airline, and while on board it is like a infomercial where the carts are full of food, perfume, lottery, and other items for purchase. They give you an online shopping magazine and then come around with the cart full of items - very different than the peanuts and beverage you ...
... somehow other people (a.k.a. Marilyn, Rosemary and Lee) had other ideas and so here it is, 11pm and I've just got back to the room and tomorrow is an early start. We head off for Krakow, but we stop at Auschwitz/Belsen on the way and Dean has warned us that it's going to be a pretty daunting day, with each person handling things in their own way. Not sure when the next wi-fi will be available so you may be lucky and have a good break from my chatter but great news - it's stopped ...
... water and materials to fight, and were literally dying in the street because hunger, the Russians did…absolutely nothing. I bet they don't teach that in the Russian schools or tell that to history students.
I have included some pictures to day although yesterday I decided against that.
During the USSR that the Communist dominated eastern Europe, Stalin handed out some buildings which are very similar. Right in the middle ...