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... experience the real charm of this historic place, and was wholly enthused by the sights and sounds that lay in wait for us. We checked into the Golden Tulip and hit the streets.....our first stop, the restored Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science. The story of the palace is captured in one of the photos of a placard in the entrance hall. We launched ourselves up to the 30th floor in 6 seconds flat....true story and were met by an impressive 360 degree view of the urban sprawl ...
advance - going with the flow most of the time, looking for places to stay
sometimes at 9pm, mostly in private homes.
People who travel know that
they get richer and poorer at the same time - richer with the experience,
knowledge and wisdom gained during the journey and poorer when looking at the
bank statement at the end of the journey. This trip, without doubts, made us
... sup> century as a summer palace & the grounds are well tended. It had a lovely statue of Chopin & the palace itself was surrounded by water. From there we moved on to the Jewish Ghetto memorial in an area razed completely in 1943 after they rose against the Germans. It was redeveloped in the Communist era with massive blocks of apartments but beside it is the Museum of Jews in Poland which we visited later.
We crossed over the Vistula River, at 1000km ...
One other thing I am loving about Warsaw is that there is free WIFI in many spots! It is making it much easier to geocache and not have to use my international data plan.
We walked down the Royal Way yesterday and found a total of 5 caches so far in Warsaw! I hope to find some more today - and I dropped off the TB from the AP Human Class.
Also, not sure I haven't mentioned this before - water is not served in restaurants in ...
... walk around it and try to imagine what it was like during the Holocaust. The camp feels much more like a graveyard than did Auschwitz.
As Slawek and I drove to Belzec, he told me about his family and that he had relatives during the war who was killed by the Nazis. Now I’m sure that he was not lying to me. The Polish population before the war was 35 million and 5 million of them died during the war, which means ...