Hotel 3 Trio
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... dark shadow, no rustling noise. Simply branches stretching towards the sky.
The sun only broke through the grey clouds twice while we were in Birkenau: Once when we turned to face the remains of an underground gas chamber, and once while our group was singing Ani Ma'Amin. And somehow we felt that the trees have heard the call of hope, and that now the trees hear the answer.
I'm a dancer, and I've ...
... My bus that I had waited 8 hours for pulled up outside and I knew I had to get out somehow. I started showing them my card tricks, flicking two piles of cards with my eyes closed and then invited them to try. The largest one went first and the room was showered with cards. The smaller one started laughing and collected the cards and I saw it as my opportunity to start packing my things. I was doing it as quietly as possible when all of a sudden ...
I got up at 6:30am, packed up the bike - and after a short delay for the hostel manager to get a photo of me all geared up for their website - I was underway. It was a little sad to say goodbye to Jess for a couple of weeks, and I have to admit I wonder how she'll survive without me to open locks and windows that she can't operate. While Jess tells me that the rain has stopped at Krakow, I seem to be following it. Initially it was on and off, and no matter which direction I looked ...
The next stop was very important - late lunch / early dinner at a Polish Tatar restaurant. The owners, who know Tomek well, are descendants of the Tatars who have lived in the area for hundreds of years. It was a wonderful meal. As we left, I presented the owner with a linocut of the wooden Mosque in Kruszinany which was our next and final stop of the day before returning to the hotel.
Tomorrow is my big day - ...
... guess??? IT WAS HOT SCHAV--AND WE LOVED IT. GRANDPA BARNETT WOULD HAVE BEEN PROUD OF ME. After the schav, we feasted on the rest of the meal, consisting of wild boar, meat, fish, salad and kasha.
Next along the way back to Bialystok, Tomek took us to an old wooden church, my first view of a type of structure which I had carved by never seen. After all the time studying wooden synagogues it was a thrill to see ...