Travel Blogs from Lublin
... few. There was a Yeshiva in town but that is now a hotel and the home to the one synagogue which was rebuilt after the war. This city had been the home of many famous Rabbi's and sages some of which are buried in the cemetery that we went to. Again so sad that another community was lost......
In the main town of Lublin we found a Jewish restaurant, a little Americanized since it was decorated like Bubbe's house.... However after the day we had it felt wonderful and warm to see ...
... lid it was very cool on such a hot day and you could see up into the tin lid like dome. You could see over the camp to the city. The usual cup of tea was had. We then drove back through the city to find a building Ed wanted to see. It turned out to be very close to our hotel. He went off to investigate old Nazi stuff from the war and Willow did some more writing. After a massage and supper, off to bed for ...
... So taking the Alan Whicker approach, I make my way inside with loud "excuse me"s. The heat is absolutely incredible, made all the worse by the forty or so people already inside. It is hard to imagine what conditions were like in here, night by night. There were often three or more people squashed together in one individual bunk, with the same above and below and adjacent. I couldn't get a decent picture, because the incumbent tour group were not giving an inch.I ...
... as a thunderstorm rumbled overhead. As the rain fell, we settled down to a brief nap, and fell fast asleep. By the time we woke up, the rain had gone, but so had the man with the keys to the museum and more importantly, the loos. However, there is no entrance fee, and the site is always accessible, so our unexpected doze had not been too costly.
Today, Sobibor is positively pretty. Is it wrong for a extermination camp to be nice? After the storm, with the ...
... top was some marvellous views of the town. Needing a rest we stepped off the tourist path and Pieter found a little snack bar. There was only 4 seats and 2 tables inside, so it was small. Raewyn had a waffle smothered in cream, Pieter had a hotdog and we shared a coke. It was 14 pln (about NZ$5.40). It was delicious. We we skirted around the old city to look for more museums. We found the cathedral first which was absolutely gloriously decorated. They also had a copy of the shroud ...
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