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Arriving in Warsaw, I took full advantage of being with a Polski and she navigated me everywhere like I was blind which was a treat. The first 30 minutes in a new city are by far the most confusing. Even better than that we were drunk by 5pm, good first impression. I have no recollection of how we got back to Magda's but I do remember she made me the most impressive sandwich. No matter what words I could use to express how good it was it would never do it justice, so I just ...
... the terminal without a boarding pass? There was weather building up to our north as we waited for our flight to depart. Maybe some relief for the locals. We expected rain and cooler weather in Amsterdam. So it us goodbye to Poland. On the whole we gave been impressed. The cities of Krakow, Lublin and Warsaw gave been buzzing with activity, show pride in their history and people of all ages have been friendly towards us. The younger Poles ...
... rest and go out to tea with the family .In the end we had a pleasant meal with only Amita and Simon, the girls andMerilyn. Sofia wanted to play in a playground as Bella played a serious game of Chinese Checkers with Leonie. Simon talked about his work in China. Ram dropped in briefly on his way to another dinner with other friends as Dominika found a parking spot. He delivered Cinderella's lost shoes and came with small liquor glasses from the wedding. On the way back home ...
... 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 ...
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