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... The Poles lost 6 million during the second world war of which 3 million were jews.
Went to the Old Town and had some dumplings for lunch and walked back via the Royal Mile. Walked through the Palace and archway behind our hotel which are now markets.
We went to a private Chopin recital by a celebrated pianist - had front row seats - woohoo.
Still trying to get used to it being so light at night.
... as cocktails!), got a bit merry before rolling back to the apartment in the slightly later hours of the morning!
The next morning we walked into the centre and found a restaurant in which to have breakfast - the first of many feasts! We sat outside in the sun; a pleasant change from yesterdays chillness and enjoyed our breakfast of eggs and ham. We hoped on a bus to the Old Town where we wondered around admiring the sites for a while before, surprise ...
... made strides to strengthen the Zolty (their local currency), however they are still not in a position to adopt the Euro as their official currency. Four Rand will buy you one Zloty......yeh, God Bless South Africa. Their government rule with what one could say is a traditional Roman system, having both a president (influential Senate) and a ruling Prime Minister (jeepers, could we do with a senate for JayZee....oh hang on, we have one "comrades"). Poland is a member of the EU ...
... most delicious dinner....eggplant appetizers, salad, and spaghetti carobanara, along with some of their favorite wines. Along with the wonderful molton chocolate cake, Kristi put a candle in it to celebrate Barb's birthday. We were thinking about canceling the rest of the trip and moving in permanently!
The next day, Jason had to go to school, but Kristi had taken the day off to play tour guide in Warsaw. ...
... 4 Russian (potato and cheese) 4 with salmon and Camembert and 4 with spinach and feta. I ate them so quickly and could have gone for another dozen! I'm so excited we are spending more days in Poland so I can eat more and more perogies!!! After lunch we walked all over Warsaw, saw the university, a church that holds Chopin's heart, lost of other churches, and a castle. Then our group split up but I stayed ...