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... for Jewish prisoners being transported to concentration camps in Poland during the second world war. With help the tourist information office we got a 24 hour bus, train, tram pass and headed to the Uprising Museum that was very popular and overwhelming in its detail. we headed to the Old Town through the modern city of Warsaw on an efficient public transport system but found it hot walking around the old town in 32 degrees. Back at ...
... square and crowds were building up despite the heat. The high wire guys were getting ready to defy gravity over the square. Looking from our top floor window we hoped not to see Death in Lublin. Leonie showed her slide show to Amita and the girls, Simon and Jena from the UK and Merilyn. Monica from our Apsrtamenty showed interest, thought the wedding would be very expensive. She booked us a taxi for the morning. The venue is central but we noted issues with the ...
... we struggled up the stairs to our top floor penthouse. When breakfast arrived at 8 am with the newly appointed maid, it was the full Polish number with bread, meats, cheeses, pate, jams, tomato - no cereal or fruit. We had some for a light lunch. Nev made a vain attempt to find an SD memory card around the old town and commercial centre. Eventually we were saved by Amita who had a spare 16 gig card. Around 1.30 we wandered down he cobblestones to the Castle. Bella was on Simon's back ...
... 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 ...
... They were made of wood so were very hot and stuffy. Lots of people lived at the prison camp so it was very crowded although the camp was vast. There were about 100 big huts there during the war. There are now about 20. All the barbed wire fencing was still there too.
After looking round, we went up the road to a very large memorial. It was round like a tin with the lid slightly raised above it. ...
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