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 …
... there were magnificent views of Warsaw. Palace was a "gift" from the communists to the people of Poland. We then walked from Palace to the Old Town via the Warsaw Ghetto, and the Saxon Gardens. Marius was an excellent tour guide. Had dinner in Jewish restaurant in New Town area then walked back to hostel. Darek, Marius and I then went to bar for a ...
... my information session last year) and it was wonderful to hear her excitement for starting the program in the fall. From lunch I had a rather brisk walk back in the direction of the Sheraton, and a little bit further...to the US Embassy in Warsaw. I had reached out to Fulbright offices in all of my cities to schedule meetings, but for some reason, the education advisor in Warsaw didn't invite me to the Fulbright office, but to the actual ...
Well, I can categorically say my thermal undergarment attire was not enough.
I braved the snow (just check out the photos) to do a two-hour walking tour of the Old City. It snowed the whole time, causing numbing of the digits and toes. I kept trying to remind myself that those who were forced on the death marches had to endure much worse conditions than I was ...