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... me started with the Starbucks everywhere too!!!
Uneventful train ride into the city centre of Warsaw and then walked to my hotel from there - Mercure Grand Warsaw. I found it no problem. It helps that there are much taller buildings here to use as landmarks when trying to get your bearings.
It is a Sunday afternoon here in Warsaw, so everything is not open. I am sure tomorrow will be better. Nonetheless, ...
... Ringelblum and Oneg Shabbat leave traces of the people who are otherwise lost in the numbers and data. They provide closure and memory for those who have survived them. And I don't just mean surviving family members, but also surviving communities. Surviving generations. As a testament to this concept, the city of Warsaw has organized an annual Memory March to commemorate the liquidation of ...
... in the basement were the most interesting and horrible things I saw. I could only walk around it for about 45 minutes and then I had to go. It was just too depressing for me today.
I walked back to the bus station and hopped on my Simple Express bus to Warsaw. This was probably the nicest bus I've had so far. I had two seats to myself, a tv with a bunch of movies, and wifi! I can't exactly say that the 8.5 hours flew by, but it could have been a lot ...
... visitors. Therefor, having some Canucks around made the news :) The group then headed off to Plock where we had Mass I the chapel of the convent that St Faustina lived in while at Plock. Had a quick tour of this place followed by a lovely lunch with a view of the river. we ended out time in Plock with a tour of the Cathedral. Back on the road again. ...
... their deaths during WWII.
From there we continued to the monument of the heroes of the gettho, and stumbled upon a group of Israeli high schoolers visiting Poland, so we took part in their moving ceremony. The ceremony ended with singing "Hatikvah", the Israeli national anthem, which literally filled my heart with pride.
We returned to the hotel for a huge dinner at the club, and finished the day with some shopping at the ...