Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre
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... that was featured there. The painting was stolen by the nazis during the war then surfaced at an auction house in the USA a few years ago. It was purchased by a wealthy expat Pole who then returned it to its rightful place in the Palace. Sometimes people do good things! The afternoon was spent at the Chopin museum which is considered a real Polish treasure. Many original photos, manuscripts and his last piano are on display. A very interesting and interactive place ...
... detail about everything. I am learning to relax and just go with the flow because it all will work out. Ben and I have been doing a great job going with the flow; he has a lot more overseas travel experience with this then I do. Traveling brings personal growth, and I have found for me that not having a plan challenges me to trust and stay calm. When time is not a factor, when appointments and deadlines are not a factor, it is easier to not have a plan. However, ...
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#of monies found: 15.73 Euros, 8.05 soles, 15 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian,1 cent Canadian, 15 swiss francn'cents , 11 Czech Republic things, 5 cents Croatian, 2 Hungarian fillers (not in use), 10 Romanian lei cents, 1.01 pounds, 1 ukranian coin, 3 Danish kroner, 22 Norwigian kroner, 2.4 Latvia lats (no longer in use, exchanged for 2.85 euros ...
... Town received UNESCO World Heritage status. We meandered through the city taking in sites such as the Royal Castle, Town Square (Market Place), and the Barbican, before a well needed break for coffee.
After coffee we continued walking and headed out of the Old Town to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which is where Sara left us to do our own thing. The location of the tomb was in part of what used to be the Saxon Palace, ...
... out at the scenery. Lunch was a classic Topdeck roadside stop. This involves setting up portable tables and chairs cutting lettuce, tomato and cucumber as well as setting up meats, cheeses and some desert eating and packing up; all within about half an hour. As you can imagine it is a fairly rushed affair.
When we arrived in Warsaw we did a quick driving tour of the city and stopped at Pawiak Prison ...