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... t do much. Sleep eluded me until sometime after we crossed the border to Poland. And even then I don’t think I ever dropped off for very long. Consequently when we reached Warsaw I was very tired. Plus I hadn’t been able to brush my teeth so my mouth felt very cottonbally. I was hoping for some facilities to do so at the station but I was disappointed. After getting off the bus at Warsaw Zachodnia just before 6am, I sat down and to start the three hour wait ...
... King Poniatowski. The park is beautiful and makes the English Garden in Munich look like a step child. Our next stop was a visit to the last remaining piece of the wall from the Warsaw Ghetto. Then it was a short walk over to the nearby Nozyk Orthodox Synagogue. We stopped for a coffee drink near the Central Shopping Plaza before returning to the hotel. We walked ...
... was lined with photos after it was wrecked in the war & has an austere interior after its rebuild. From there we walked into a nearby park & admired fountains & play areas full of people jogging, pushing prams & sunbathing on the grass.
Returning towards the hotel we had a couple of terrible coffees but got on to internet access at last. Our 4 star hotel wanted us to pay $18 a day for wi-fi, which we thought was a terrible cheek.
We packed ...
I'v had a lot of questions about the foods...so here is one last post with pictures of most of our foods. I will try to upload the menus, too.
Each morning was a breakfast buffet at the hotel.
Most days was a sit-down lunch.
In Berlin, we were able to select our own lunch - I chose a Kepab - like Vert's at ...
I left Krakow on a 5:20 train that was going to Lublin, Poland. I cannot express how hard it is to get up at 4:15 in the morning. I am not a morning person at all, and I came to the conclusion that no sane person on vacation should be up that early. After a very long, but uneventful train ride I arrived in Lublin and met my guide Slawek who took me to the Sobibor and Belzec Death Camps. After my recent experience at ...