Travel Blogs from Warsaw
... Some of the photographs were so graphic that they are literally displayed in separate rooms with a curtain covering the entrance and a warning label just outside. I made the mistake of not taking the warning seriously. I didn't make that mistake again.
I admit, this sort of intensive documentation of the Holocaust is bothersome. To me it is an example of exploitation in order to gain a manufactured response. And the response ...
... but had recently lost a lot of pride. years ago, one Ukrainian would walk into a fight with 100 men without backing down... fighting to the death and with pride in his country. Now, they have lost this pride and are at a breaking point. He said there were two potential outcomes, either Ukraine would create and maintain a good, strong government, sans corruption, or the country would entirely dissolve altogether. Obviously he hopes for the first option.
... there to buy a dog. After he got it home he realized there was something wrong with it but he couldn't figure out what. So he called his vet friend who came to look at it and concluded, "your animal is perfectly healthy, but it isn't a dog. It's a bear." I hope that's true, just for the comedy value of it and to highlight exactly how shady that old market was.
To me the best part was when our guide rounded us into a bar to try some vodka, Poland-style. Where I'm from ...
... traveler, so actually managed to make an appearance in one more photo.
Last year I had less than an hour to take a quick lap through Old Town, so it was so fun to meander down each and every small street and alleyway this time around. At the far end of Old Town you will find New Town, which actually looks and feels exactly like Old Town, just minus the crowds of tourists. I decided to have lunch in New Town. I did a quick search on the phone ...
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