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... the Vistula River for the Nazis to finish destroying Warsaw in spite of pleas from the Poles and Winston Churchill to continue their advance. Stalin wanted a Communist Poland after the war, and a Polish Home Army that had led a successful revolt against the Nazis would have been inconvenient. About 85% of Warsaw was wiped out in World War II. Every single Pole I talked to mentioned this Russian betrayal 70 years ago.
It is no surprise that Poles today look ...
... teams ground and after discovering that, unfortunately, there weren't playing later we headed back into the City. Somehow we'd come this far without eating today so it was definitely about time this was rectified! We found a little cafe on the outskirts of the Old Town where we shared a few cakes between us which were very yummy and the boys had a beer of course! Mum and I opted for tea which was a mistake as it came about 20 minutes later, was earl grey and appeared to be ...
Today we mastered Warsaw's public transport system. Excellent combo of trams, buses and underground. The day began with a trip to Powaski cemetery to re visit my family's grave. Realised we had, just yesterday, when visiting Polna street, stood right where my mum's family lost their lives in 1944. Somehow this made the visit to the cemetery even sadder! Our next stop was ...
... about the silly Pollocks. We walked for maybe around a mile further, passing a museum with a bunch of children funneling in, before finally arriving at the Royal Palace.
The Royal Palace was bombed in WWII and completely destroyed. Now it has been rebuilt, and is a tourism attraction. It has many rooms and you wander through them as a self guided tour. Many rooms have large, elegant art on the wall, with paintings of various ...
... This guy Jonathan in his late 20's. He gave me tons of help and gave me the back story of Warsaw and why he's been here for 6 years after living in Chicago. But truly Warsaw is that little gem you never hear about because it's overshadowed by Berlin, Rome, Paris and the likes. I honestly think this place will be a huge tourist hot spot in a few years and be on TV as the new European place to go. Ok off to see Robocop.
Found a sports shop with ...