Courtyard by Marriott Warsaw Airport
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Marekbialczak stayed here on Nov 9, 2014 during their trip titled: Marekbialczak's Great Adventure.
Today, we went to see the History of the largest Jewish community in Poland Warsaw. Before the war they believe there were maybe up to 500,000 in Warsaw. There were over 400 synagogues. During the war the Germans established what was the largest ghetto in Europe and housed over 350,000. Our first stop was to see one of the fragments of this wall …
... water left and got down on the ground and started wetting my hands and wiping my hands all over his face and body. Then one of the eatery staff came with an EMPTY saucer - which I poured water into - and he finally started to come around and drink. I asked who the owner was and this woman who was about 2m away and taking photos of square and of (now me) the puppy and her son said it was her. I told her - you need to give this puppy water, it's a very hot day (more than once). After ...
... grinning and posing as if it were the most normal thing to do and the young tourists scratching their heads, wondering how to get on with their day. Why are people so inconsiderate towards others?
In late afternoon, we get to Poznan, which is a relatively large city, the fifth largest in Poland. It's nondescript and looks a lot like the cities in the former Soviet block, parts of it drab and dull but other parts are entirely renovated and super modern. ...
... everything you could wish to eat and drink. We paid about $100 a family for a sumptuous feast, alcohol included. After dinner the girls seemed to recover so we went for an evening swim in the hotel pool up on the 43rd floor which overlooks the Palace of Culture, a massive monument given by Stalin to the people of Warsaw. Needless to say the people of Warsaw hate it, but from a tourist perspective it's a pretty interesting looking structure. It was lit up on ...