Holiday Inn Warsaw - Jozefow
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... we have a saying that ‘in Poland even the atheists are Catholic,’ ” referring as I understood, to the idea that there is a “cultural” aspect to Catholic holidays and practices that for some actually transcends the question of whether they are “believers,” in the religious doctrine. Similar I suppose to being Jewish in a cultural, but not religious sense.
The history of Warsaw from WWII alone is one of ...
... the ghetto looks like tombstones. No one knows whose idea it was to build the wall as tombstones. In 1940, only 10,000 Jews could remain in town. The rest had to leave. They have built a memorial of chairs for the missing Jews. The small chairs represent turning your back on what was going on. The large chairs represent what was left behind. The ghetto became overcrowded. The Nazis began to thin out the ghetto because there were 1900 ...
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 ...
... Warsaw's New Town. The house had been converted into a museum and gallery showcasing her life and discovery in radioactivity.
To be honest most of the town squares of European countries are similar during Christmas as during this time, the streets will be littered with Christmas markets and decorations. The Warsaw Old Town is of no exception, with a large Christmas Tree in the center the unique Christmas atmosphere is present ...
... of the land of Wally’s birth.
It was a bright, sunny morning when we left Elisabeth’s house and headed by taxi to the Braunschweig station. First, we had to catch our Berlin train, once arriving there we would have just about 20 minutes to change trains to the Berlin-Warsaw Express. The train change went off without a hitch, and soon we were heading east in the early afternoon.
Elisabeth’s helper, Basha ...