Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre
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... on the 'Royal Route'.
Inside this palace you situated beside the lake you will find Stanislaw August's collections of paintings, drawings, sculptures and collectible coins.
Warsaw Uprising Museum
This museum in the Wola district of the city is dedicated to the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 and contains a number ...
... that name in the two and a half hours I was in Birkenau for. And there is a much slighter chance that it would be said in the ten minutes that I had been in the proximity of those names being called. Hearing my name, what I'm usually identified by, something I hear so casually all the time, suddenly changed completely in a span of a single second. I was shocked and in awe of the idea that, just by chance, the name had been read in that ...
... and the entire dinner was served and eaten in complete darkness. It was an interesting experience, although I would not do it again. I realized how much of a meal is visual.
We ate a lot of fish and beef. We did have one vegetarian in our group, and she always got a lot of cheese in her main dish.
... we were met downstairs with a polish breakfast the lovely owner, had set up a for us for a treat while she told us about her beloved city. I can now say I have eaten pickled mushrooms that looked like toadstools but we both survived.
We decided to check out the Warsaw Uprising Museum, this was an incredible display and record of the treatment of the people of Warsaw during Nazi occupation and how they fought against the Nazi’s. We spent a couple of hours taking in ...
... and for a party afterwards so we were getting all dressed up for the evening out. Because today is August 1st however, we had to stop what we were doing in order to remember those who fell during the Warsaw Uprising. The uprising began on August 1st, 1944, when those who were left in Warsaw heard that the allies were approaching and that Germany was starting to suffer major battles. The Polish people did not want the allies to ...