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From my various comments you've realised it's been raining? Well, when we headed off to Warsaw in Poland, it surpassed itself. Still not really cold, but the amount of water coming from the heavens was so bad that I was expecting to see penguins paddling along the autobahn as we headed for Poland.
There were no penguins, but as we were chuffing along at one stage a car went past us. It was going so fast that no one could even see what colour it was, never mind ...
... cutting off the surviving 2/3rds of world Jewry from their cultural and spiritual center. Our communities in America and in Israel developed in response to Never Again, but without the richness of our folk Yiddish culture and the deep bench of religious leaders who perished with their followers in the Shoah.
A trip to Poland gives one an appreciation of what we had and what we lost and gives us the passion and the tools to shape the Jewish future when we go back and find our ...
... trip perfect for everyone. I've already identified some high maintenance people in our (not us). I've managed to use my Polish again and I think, after yesterday, my pronunciation is better. Al and I are hoping to head to a bar after dinner but need to make it an early night as our day tomorrow starts early. Al here: if the fellow passengers are geriatrics then there is more booze for us, we can get to sites faster, we can take over the disco with our "Rock and Roll" yadda, ...
... managed to get Sav to bring down their bags from the storage rack above the seats. On the platform they couldn’t be any nicer, thanking and saying fond farewells to Sav!
It was almost 9pm by the time we disembarked the train in Warsaw. When we crossed into Poland we had a time change and turned our clocks back one hour. So in all our travel from Vilnius to Warsaw took about 11 hours on three trains. From the station ...
... packs so far, from Starbucks in Rynek, the central square, to the wonderfully refurbished Wroclaw Glowny station. The refurbishment of the station is one of the legacies to Wroclaw of hosting the 2012 European football. After an excellent breakfast (of Salami baguette!) in a very grand station room we stocked up on supplies and went to find our train. Now I'm no expert on trains but I would be amazed if this wasn't exactly the same make ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility