Gromada Dom Chlopa Hotel
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... the Heart of the World. There is something to the fact that Jews formed a central part of Poland’s intelligentsia, her artistic and creative energy. As deeply Catholic as Poland seems, and as many anti-Semitic stories about Poland as I recall hearing, there is a real affinity between at least some Poles’ souls and the Jewish neshama.
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... mall and had lunch at a nice Polish restaurant. Later in the afternoon it started to rain and we had hot tea in the hotel lobby.
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... that was featured there. The painting was stolen by the nazis during the war then surfaced at an auction house in the USA a few years ago. It was purchased by a wealthy expat Pole who then returned it to its rightful place in the Palace. Sometimes people do good things! The afternoon was spent at the Chopin museum which is considered a real Polish treasure. Many original photos, manuscripts and his last piano are on display. A very interesting and interactive place ...
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... completely reconstructed after the war as the bombing by first the Germans and then the Russians completely flattened it. I used to visit Warsaw regularly in the late 1990's and always tried to stay in a grand old hotel called The Bristol. We decided to push the boat out and stay there on this trip but I was a little apprehensive as the place has been modernised. I needn't ...