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... herring salad and a side order of cheese, god above. I could smoke inside so it numbed the pain. Moving on from the travesty of a meal I went back to sitting in the rain. I was defeated by this point. A woman who had tried to beg off me earlier was welcomed like a cold, which is what I was. Inside and out. I gave her the look and she walked passed, knowing I was far beyond being begged off. Feeling cold and miserable I thought I would go inside the building ...
... the crooks of my arms started to get wet. Then my shoes, and then my chest. The water found a passage from the my elbows down to my gloves, so eventually my arms were simply wet. Initially it was uncomfortable and cold, but after a while I just... got used to it. Even though I was wet, my gear did a good job of keeping me relatively warm - the signs indicated it was just 15 degrees today, and I was only a little cold. I randomly stopped at Radom for fuel (OK it wasn't random, ...
... lino-cut of the magnificent wooden synagogue that formerly stood in the nearby town of Zabłudów. She was so excited that she wanted to hang it up immediately, but couldn't find a nail. After signing her guest book, she presented us with a book that was published about her house and her work.
The once-grand stone synagogue in Orla was our next stop. Standing inside this space was very moving for us. Tomek had produced ...
... where a newer brick synagogue stood in ruins. We stood in the footprint of the original wooden synagogue, and took photos in different directions.
From there we drove to Treblinka, the largest camp created purely for killing. In 13 months they killed one million Jews, more than in the four years in Auschwitz. As you can see from the photos the memorial is very simply done - neither tour buses nor shops - just a ...
... protect you from the wind).