Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre
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... into the Stare Miasto (Old Town) area to look around. Many of the buildings leading into Old Town have been rebuilt to their original look - things were pretty much destroyed here during the War. The cafes, restaurants and shops were open and I found a nice little spot for dinner to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast of perogies. I thought that would be appropriate. However, I would still like some pumpkin pie when I get ...
... old and new city of Warsaw. The city was totally ruined in 1944 by the invasion of Germany from the east and the Soviets from the west. Warsaw liberation army wanted independence and fought vehemently against the Nazi invasion and occupation of Poland. They welcomed the arrival of the Soviets and hoped for support from them in the battle, unfortunately this was not to be. The Soviets waited in haste for the battle to burn out and once the hour arrived, they moved in and ...
... chambers and learnt about the history of the camp and why it was set up. Later we finished the tour, got back on the coach and drove down the road to the Birkenou camp. This was slightly larger and we walked through this camp, seeing the railway cars, sorting point, bathrooms and more rooms. The tour ended and we got to walk around by ourselves, it was still raining at this point. I walked around then returned to the coach. The camp ...
... leaving the next morning after 2 weeks in Berlin - great timing hey? I went back to Daniel and showed him Jon's card. Daniel couldn't believe who it was!
Daniel and I finally met up with Jon (another one) & Clara (from Aus). And we told them about The Bird. They were all for a nice burger, having arrived from Turkey! So off we trotted.
Amazingly found seats and also saw Jon#1 and Coda. He was then off to his bar (Badfish) for a few drinks and we said (well I said ;-p) ...
Taking into account a plus one hour time change we spent all day travelling through Poland and Lithuania to reach Vilnius by 5.30
Poland has really surprised us, Very flat and green farming countryside.
Lithuania is also very green. We're told that 30% is forest, with the wood being used for furniture making. There was less habitation near the road. Sometimes just grassland as far as the eye could see. ...