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... The helpful staff at the museum directed us to the nearest tram stop where got a tram to the Palace of Science and Culture. The tram had a ticket machine on board that took Polish notes. In the evening we visited the Hotel Bristol for a nice glass of Prosecco - followed by a meal at a cheaper restaurant nearby. The following morning we took the Metro train back to the central train station (one change but straight forward and easy to use) - the ...
... lockers....unfortunately captain announced delay in getting off plane. Half an hour later he advised that there had been a fire in the terminal. What seemed ages (2 hours approx) he finally announced they would let us enter terminal before other flights as we had come such a long way. The queue was huge to go through immigration but we joined it. Unfortunately we were descended upon by hundreds of immigrants from who knows where who pushed and shoved us out of the ...
Like the rest of the visitors we had the opportunity to see original manuscripts and documents written by the composer, photographs and sculptures of him much of his correspondence, but we also spent time listening to several of his masterpieces too.
Today, another long day. I got up at 6.15am, packed my bag, showered, dressed and then went down to breakfast. I ate quickly as it was an early leaving day, then went back to the room, got ready for the day, finished packing and took my bags to the coach. We left the hotel by 7.45am. Our first thing of the day was that we were going to go to the Auschwitz concentration camp, so the tour manager told us about concentration camps ...
... yes hot , but no complain. I passed cities like Wielun, Belchatow, Piotrkow and things seem to go as planned. But then I sort of got stuck.
It is a nightmare to find the road, only the roaring motorway seemed to be the way, side roads often were dead ends, or so bad gravel roads, that even walking was a challenge!
Realising I would never reach my goal, I decided to ride and find the direction until sunset.