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We savoured our last morning at the splendid Andells Hotel, although I did not quite manage to find time for a massage. Lodz has made a huge impact on us, and we are not going to forget it in a hurry. Driving away from Lodz, we were struck by the marathon queue of cars and lorries heading in the opposite direction. We were glad to see that …
... would either show up at the bar or online at some point.
30-40 minutes later he walks in, he hadn't seen any of our messages or posts, but also hadn't checked out of the hotel until gone 12pm! With only a short time now until we had to get to the airport we settled in for lunch and a couple more hot wines.
Billy and I had upgraded, so we used our tickets and Billy's Priority Pass to get us all into the lounge to relax before ...
... have been rebuilt to their original state as much as possible. The Nazis wanted any national symbol to be removed - palaces, churches, residences, government buildings, castles - blown up! Except for the ones, they wanted to keep for themselves.
Next on my quest, was to visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Anywhere in the world when you come across these tombs (Paris, Washington, London, Ottawa…) you should really take the time to pay ...
... to Jewish-Polish relations that most would prefer to not talk about. Some excerpts of the book can be found online (click here for the link).
Organizations like the Forum for Dialogue Among Nations are so important because they make it possible for younger generations who may have a hard time relating to or understanding the significance of the Holocaust develop a connection to this very important time in our history. Many of ...
... he did not understand and he was very short with her. He was also sharp with our waitress. Amanda took this to be rude and sexist. I explained to her later that he did not know what kids were. Children are what they are and although we call them kids, other cultures may not understand this term. Glib lives in a world of danger. He lives in a world where money and power mean everything. Nobody cares about being polite because polite does not get you anything in ...