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... at the Warsaw Uprising Museum which covers the failed uprising against the German occupation. There were some very poignant descriptions and photos covering this tragic part of history. Sadly the museum has a bizarre layout so I didn't see everything in order and over stylised lighting made some exhibits difficult to read.
Finally I had time to see a few Russian tanks and MiG planes in the grounds the Polish army museum before catching my overnight train to Moscow.
... or so they say!! So this is why there is a palm tree in the middle of Warsaw- and a hearty tree it must be to survive the harsh winters. A true symbol of the endurance of the people.
The following day I head to check out the confusingly laid out Warsaw Uprising Museum. A museum based on the events leading up to and culminating in the uprising in August 1944. Even with a map of the location and the exhibits marked on it I find the flow of ...
Both live in the U.S.A. and I have never seen them ever since they left Cyprus more than 40 years ago.
Five or six years back, Lenia came across one of my entries as she was searching the net. My dearest friend and classmate immediately emailed me and ever since we are in constant touch. ...
... and caught the bus to our hotel. The ticket machine on the bus didn't want to take my card (and didn't accept cash), so a lady from Australia sitting by the machine who spoke Polish helped us get tickets from the driver after we left the airport. Nice people everywhere. The Palonia Palace Hotel is a great step up from Munich, both in class and location. Had a great Polish dinner at Radio Café ...
... it back to the old town square.
I walked around the old town square, got a gelato, then walked to the market square, i walked further then the market square and discovered the curie museum. It was a museum devoted to madame Currie, so there was lots of pictures and posters, it was interesting to see, but there was not much to see. I then left the museum and explored the area. By now there was a storm almost overhead, so i headed ...