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... Capital City, five-star Rialto.
As an added bonus, I had the pleasure of meeting him at his restaurant where in the capacity of a Food Critic I was invited to taste and comment on the special menu that Martin personally prepared for us.
Martin’s origin is from Patagonia, and the “Salto” menu reflects the Chef’s Argentinian roots and personality. ...
... Socialist Realism" (also derisively called "Stalinist Grotesque") - large concrete blocks of buildings, many still standing as apartment buildings, or "official" monumental buildings, a style much favoured by the Soviets and evident throughout their former empire. Warsaw even has a wedding-cake style building, the Palace of Culture and Science, a "gift" to Poland from Stalin which according to our guide was paid for by Poland although built in the early '50's by Soviet workers. The ...
... of Science and Culture. Not far away, we eventually found the only remaining fragment of the wall around the Jewish ghetto, about 5 metres long. We walked to the Warsaw Uprising Museum. The Polish are justifiably proud of the efforts of thousands of civilians who, with the Home Army, fought back against the Germans in 1944. They were successful for 2 months and there was much evidence of heroic actions against a vastly better armed opposition. ...
... away from death, symbolically bringing the individuals we carried back to life. It was an incredible experience, and a wonderful opportunity to participate in Warsaw's memory process. A perfect way to experience the legacy of one individual and the importance of his efforts.
***Note: The black and white pictures in this blog post (other than the one of Dr. Emanuel Ringelblum) come ...
... so we brought with us cakes and orange juice for breakfast and the train attendant brought us coffee. By first light we were trundling through the flat Polish countryside but still stopping every 20 minutes or so. The sun shone in the city when we arrived so we walked round the "Old Town" admiring all the lovely buildings. I put the "" round the old as whilst it looks medieval ...