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Travel Blogs from Warsaw
... of the Vistula River opposite Warsaw on 1st September, watched it all happen and did not "liberate" Warsaw until January 1945. They found that 200,000 of the inhabitants had been killed, all (except for 1,000 "City Rats") remaining citizens had been deported and the Nazis had systematically reduced 90% of the city a pile of rubble.
Guess what? Warsaw today is a ...
... Yiddish plays, and performing Klezmer music concerts.
In a separate unbelievable sign of racism, LOT, the Polish national airline, has repainted the tail of some of its planes with Mike Tyson’s face and an ad for “Black Energy,” the #1 energy drink in Poland. Mike Tyson promotes it by promising that if you drink it you will have the sexual prowess of a black man – no joke. Mike Tyson, the convicted rapist, is now a national hero in Poland for ...
... are amazing and have a very close relationship and I felt very much at home with them. We met Agniewska (Olek's wife) and their two children. He has a beautiful family and I was glad that they spoke a little English as they could chat with Alan and help me out when my Polish failed me. As in typical Polish tradition, Dzidka and Agniewska had prepared a feast - we ate, we drank (Polish vodak of course). Please God don't let me gain too much weight on this ...
... to the business package which included a better room and breakfast but the price didn't seem worth it so we declined.
She gave us our room passes and we collected our bags and headed to our room on the top floor.
Upon arrival we thought there was some mistake as we were in a business class room which included breakfast and had a fantastic view towards the Palace of Culture and Science building.
Peita went ...
... the impression that we were intruding on them! To top it off one of the ladies stepped on Sara’s toes three times, doubtful that that was not intentional! Sara’s colourful language at this did not seem to register with them. None of the ladies spoke English, and we didn’t speak Polish, which made it a bit hard to complain or come to any sort of compromise.
At one point during Sara had enough and decided to ...
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