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... Morgwai) (Thank you for having us in your apartment for so long, your patience and advices)
and everyone from Mui Ne
(Thank you guys for your kite/surf tips, motorbike, coco loco party)
... you with your dining choices - but keep a phrase book handy just in case (we needed it at a new pizza restaurant in town). How much of this growth was driven by the steam locomotives rather than natural growth since Poland joined the EU is hard to say but it is certainly a factor.
Our one full day did enable us to see most of the town, grab a light lunch with a beer, have a stroll around the lake and also have a coffee and cake. We also visited the ...
... inspiring story of courage and the indomitable human spirit, something which the producers of the film must have recognized.
Another interesting coincidence of note is that another dreadful WW-II event took place in Italy on the same day as the Great Escape, the tragic Ardeatine Caves massacre in Rome. There's a description of that event in my 2011 Blog entry ("Modern and ancient Roman history"), for those that are interested. The details of the capture ...
... me go grab it". She was half asleep and walked slowly toward the back of the train toward the door and stopped. She turned around and said "Caitlin, the rest of the train is gone! All of our things are gone!" Sure enough, we were in the last cart of the train, when the night before the cart we had moved to was in the middle of the train. During the middle of the night, the rail cars detached so one portion of the train was to go to Poland and the other was to go to ...
... in the Escape.
In the ruins of the South Compound, we were shown the foundation of the theatre the POW's built as well as the foundation of the barracks where Jim's dad was housed. Marek gave Jim a part of a brick and mortar from the foundation to take back home as a souvenir.
It was now about 3:00 p.m. and Linda and I were emotionally moved and exhausted as were our gratious Polish hosts, Marek and Mirek. We shared our ...