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... Lee or Attenborough?
In the evening I visited POLIN Museum of the history of Polish Jews, since it was open until 8pm. It was very informative, covering 1000 years of history. In fact only a relatively small part of the museum covered the ghettos & holocaust.
Next morning I went to see the remaining fragment of wall from the Warsaw ghetto. This was quite a moving experience, despite the wall being surrounded by modern flats. I also spent a couple ...
... most interesting part of the tour is actually where we start- the palm tree. Sitting oddly in the middle of a traffic circle this is the road to Jerusalem (figurative road- Jews were marched down this road during WWII to the ghetto) and the artist wanted to commemorate this pilgrimage with something of Israel so she petitioned the city to create a memorial here. She wanted to plant a forest of palms but the city agreed to just the one- to avoid too ...
... or meetings for up to 30 guests. Smoking is allowed here too!
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IN ALL: I whole heartily recommend this lovely hotel for all the above reasons. The team and management know well how to make guests feel important and valued. With these people around, their loyalty, happy mood and impeccable service, we truly felt like VIP guests. Continue working with passion and be yourselves guys. Keep the good work ...
... and then walked to the last gate in the terminal. Lufthansa has free newspapers and coffee and tea at the gate area. Pretty nice. When it was time to board the plane, we were transported by bus about a mile around the airport to where our plane was waiting. It was a 90 passenger plane with 2 seats on each side of the aisle. Because of the European Union there was no customs upon arrival. We got ...
... and marvel, I experienced equally as significant moments of sadness and unease when learning new pieces of the violent past of Poland. I feel more and more grateful to be Canadian, and less and less sure of my view and knowledge of the world. Europe has already made it's way into my heart. My day in Warsaw ended with a pastry-wrapped sausage, and the cheerful company of my hostel-mates, 2 ladies from the Netherlands. Dobranoc (goodnight), and dziekkuje (thank you) for reading! ...