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 …
... where the president lives and a lovely old building which Chopin also played at
- And, Lazienki Park (with friendly red squirrels - and yes, they did exist according to the website and I now have proof - absolutely cute) and palace. I was told by a local who I met on the way (who had a German Shepherd cross named Whitney) that Lazienki means "bathroom" so I was actually on my way to The Royal Bathroom Park!
Went to the supermarket on the way home and bought a ...
... Running along one side of the corridors were heavy wooden doors concealing small prison cells and which contained peep holes through which soldiers would often randomly shoot prisoners for fun- one cell actually had a hole blown into the wall opposite as a harrowing reminder of what went on. The cells themselves were long, dark rectangular rooms with metal spring beds on one side and which were otherwise empty, save that if you looked at the walls at ...
... headed to the Warsaw Fountain and watched the 9pm light & laser show with what seemed like the rest of Warsaw's population before heading back to the room and getting wet as the heavens opened on our return walk.
Thankfully, we arrived back at the hotel before it really came down so all in all it has been a busy and productive day though somewhat tiring so it must now be time for bed.
Another full day in Warsaw ...