Holiday Inn Warsaw - Jozefow
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... world is to be born, it will be mid-wifed and birthed through a renewed respect for the feminine, and for mother earth our collective home. A visit to the black madonna seemed a perfect place symbolically to complete our time in Poland, and to tie together the various themes weaving through our time in Europe. We so look forward to our return to Poland, and to continuing and deepening friendships there.
Solidarity Strikes Train workers blocked a train of meat that was meant to go to Soviet Union Everything had to go to Russia in those days Russians confiscated everything that Poland had This poor country sometimes only had vinegar in the shops From then on other factories started striking Trade unions started Shipyards also started 80/81: there was Marshal law Hundreds of thousands of people put into prison. The country ...
... the city - it is like Poland's empire state building. It was a building the polish didn't like . We also went to see the building that was left from the war so people dont forget. Warsaw has lots of modern buildings and is Poland's capital city. We go back to the old town and see the sights. We also went to the gestapo museum which wasn't very nice. LOL - historic old town - stare miasto OMG - Gestapo headquarters ?!? Steps - ...
... Wolf’s Lair is in the middle of the forest and is very cool to see nature attempting to reclaim all of the bunkers. The Wolf’s Lair is hard to get to, but it is definitely worth seeing, because it’s incredible to imagine what was decided on this patch of ground more than seventy years ago. One of the highlights of the trip was paying 10 Zlotlys less than 30 dollars and being able to fire a MP-40 with ...
... as a pretty sombre crew and were divided into our tour groups and ushered into the theatre to watch what seemed to be a video filmed just after the war which told in very simple facts with accompanying video clips of the horrors the allies discovered when they liberated the camp. The video was presented in such an informative way that I found I could try and separate my emotions from the historical facts. Our Polish guide then took us through ...