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... is a statue of him and I even walked past his house. Funny how again, on this trip, he is in part of my journey. I already told you why I like him in Rome. It was nice to see him in relation to Poland.
The other thing I should mention is that the next day our group visited Auschwitz. There is nothing I can really say about that. I can't really talk about it. My poor Dad raised the subject with me on Skype which resulted in him being horrified as my poor heart burst into ...
... unpack and be casual instead of the rushing we sometimes do. We thought we'd go see the castle and the museums inside, but it was Saturday at noon and there were long lines. Instead, we just walked around the castle grounds and enjoyed the exterior views of the buildings and the Vistula river. At this point, we don't mind not storming the castle. We never did go back for the inside tours of the state rooms, armory, etc.
Then it ...
... in a week and I have been craving it so badly. Here they have tea with every meal and sometimes serve instant coffee with breakfast. I don't mind tea but I won't touch instant coffee with a ten foot pole. Tonight I might go to the polish dance workshop, so that should be interesting since I can dance to save my life. Probably won't be posting any pictures of that to save my self from the ...
We started off the day at the Jewish Museum where there were two exhibits. The first was from a women named Esther. She was a survivor and told her story through tapestries. Her and her sister escaped and were the only survivors of her family. She told of her escape, nights in the woods, living with Christian families and her eventual freedom, all through her tapestry work. It was incredible to see her story told this way.
The next exhibit was ...
... and some good old fashioned lazing around. It's funny, some days we do so many new and exciting things that I could write about it for a week. Other days we do so many ordinary everyday things that I start wondering what I'll write about. Nobody ever told me about these ordinary days in amongst the amazingness but, it's seriously the normal days that keep us going. A schedule. Chores. Even just cooking our own dinner. It reminds us that we're ...