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As I'm in Warsaw, I did have to be confronted to the grim reality of the last century when many innocents or opponents to the Reich were savagely beaten and tortured in the grim isolation cells located at the basement of the Gestapo's headquarters. Loud music ...
... into it at all with some or us being cold and tired. The queues for the viewing gallery were already quite large and it was decided to leave that for another day as we sat in the cafe and planned the remainder of the days visits. Leaving the Palace behind we headed over to t he shopping center across the road where Billy picked up a new coat and H talked me out of buying a hat. Then, getting a ticket for the trams we hopped on one that would take us up to the Jewish Cemetery. A ...
... not just where your going as this isn't always labelled on the bus, as was the case here. (see blog post "922 steps later")
Of course there are a couple, but nothing I wish I hadn't done!
• Zagreb- I was really disappointed with Zagreb as a city, seemed very little going on there and not a lot to see! (see blog "save the queen")
•Sibiu- okay, maybe it is just such a small place there isn't an awful lot to ...
... Lietuva Border!
First of all, I do not want the same ordeal leaving this city as entering, secondly the Belarus Visa is causing me some problems, that is why the planned detour via the Baltic States are the only option to enter Russia.
As I always said, I have my plan, but must be flexible of different circumstances, otherwise such a tour can not be realised.
Next time you hear news from the Baltic States .
... of all sorts of images and weapons, well worth the visit. By the end though we had a information overload! We wandered around town the rest of the afternoon, looking in a few shops, (hiding from the downpour of rain!) going to a coffee shop and then finally collecting our things from the hostel and out to the massive shopping centre where we had dinner, looked around then walked out the front to catch our over night bus to ...