Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre
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... was, too. I think. I woke up with less of a hangover than I deserved but with absolutely no memory whatsoever of the walk back from the bar to the hostel. One to do only when I'm with Gary, I think, although he has as much recall of events as I. My only memory is ringing my poor brother Julian, stepdaughter Kay and friends Becky and Catherine and talking what must have been utter b*llocks. Apologies, people, and thank you for indulging me in my drunken hour.
... book through a Jewish lens. I answered that as a rabbi it is impossible not to bring a Jewish view of the world to everything I see and do, but that my goal is to be as open to every experience of holiness as I can possibly be. In pursuit of that, I have also had the privilege of visiting Jewish places and participating in contemporary Jewish life at most of the stops along the way.
In the span of about six days I led services and spoke at Kabbalat ...
... like this! While we were eating Mum spotted a little old lady across the street selling apples from her trolley. She stood alone on the street corner while people rushed past her and she looked at them so hopefully it was heartbreaking! Once we'd finished eating mum and I rushed over and bought a couple. Not the best apples I'd ever had but perhaps the best money I'd spent!
We then caught the tram to the local park in Warsaw. We'd learnt on the walking tour that 30% ...
Practically a sleepin today only having a 20 min walk to catch the 9.55 train to Warsaw. We had porridge for breakfast then wandered to the train to find our very comfortable first class seats :) The train took about 3 hours and when we arrived we walked about 20mins to our accom. I accidentally got locked in a courtyard after following someone in when we we were trying to figure out which building was the one for us, but luckily it was the right courtyard and our host ...
Breakfast as usual… Marilyn to the conference, me to Starbucks across the street to do some work… Then we walked down Nowy Swait and into the Old Town to sightsee. The weather is dry, mild and alternatingly sunny and cloudy. The sky never seems to completely clear in Poland - northern European summertime.It was a 30-minute walk to Warsaw’s Old Town. The Old Town is really a newly re-constructed ...