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... that was placed there in 1926 was the first monument to be destroyed by German forces in 1940. The replica was cast from the same mould as the original.
This is a fine example of neoclassical architecture – an 18th Century building that is the seat of Poland's President. Its elegant halls are open for guided tours.
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... in Rome at Fabio Fantini’s home, experienced the positive energy of the vibrant and surprising Krakow Jewish community and met with JCC leaders and volunteers there, and attended the commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp for Holocaust Remembrance Day as an accredited journalist. Last Wednesday was a complex travel day in snowy Poland. I took a cab to the bus station, a 2˝ hour bus ride to ...
... We found a little café in the centre of the park and sat out underneath the trees to enjoy a drink and cake each. We then set off to find the Palace which is a pretty impressive building which overlooks a large lake and you'd imagine it would've made a rather grand home. The experience was tainted a little by the knowledge that this palace was never really lived in as Poland's monarchy ended in 1795 and as Warsaw was flattened during the War all subsequent buildings ...
... down to make him go to bed.
Just as we were getting ready to go to sleep one of our missing bunk mates arrived. It was a young woman from the Ukraine who seemed intent on quizzing us about our travels and life in Australia. We indulged her for a little while before politely disengaging from the conversation with excuses of needing sleep for an early flight. And no, we didn't ask about her thoughts on the Malaysian airlines plane or the political situation at ...
... We would, without a doubt, recommend Poland to everyone, lack of cabbage rolls notwithstanding.
It's hard to believe we've been travelling for almost eight weeks already. Time has gone by extremely quickly, as we knew it would, yet at the same time it feels like it's been years since we were on safari in Africa, or riding the London Eye. I've received several questions about how our relationship is holding up, as well as certain housekeeping ...