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... totally rebuilt the old town from photos and it is perfect. I took a super long walk down to the park where there is a statue of Chopin and a musical bench that plays some etude or other. Little palaces and peacocks and lots of happy strolling people. But there is still a big Stalin building in town that I went to the top of. That makes like ten of those crazy buildings ...
... Oh....and I made sure the clock was on the correct time!! :) back to personal growth -- I stayed calm after I yelled at the clock a few times haha!
We took the bus to the airport. This was a much cheaper way of getting to the airport. Our taxi ride from the airport to our hotel was quite expensive and I am not sure the driver passed his drivers test. He was more than a speed demon then Ben or myself!! Imagine that! :) ... We relaxed at the airport until ...
... glad to leave as the horrifying stories do not get any easier to read.
We both thought we knew a fair amount about the war period before starting our trip but have been touched by everything we have read and seen.
A 30 minute walk from our hostel it looked very different covered in snow to the pictures we saw before leaving home. Firstly we visited the Palac na Wyspie which translates ...
... are paddocks of cows with the hand milking set up close by. The machinery is poor and run down and some of the crops are being harvested by hand. Inflation is high.
We stop for lunch in Brest near the border and then set out to make the crossing. This is a long process in the heat. There is a pre border check in Belarus which is basically a head count. Then we wait in line. After an hour or so the bus is inspected and our passports collected ...
... here for a few hours, playing games until the sun began to set.
Beyond Chopin, the city has an abundance of parks and mermaid art. A mermaid is even featured in the city coat of arms. The incredible quantity of mermaid art was partially in resistance to the emblem being banned between 1811 and 1915 when Poland was partitioned. Since I read multiple forms of the legend which explains the mermaid's association to Warsaw, ...