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... days. Justyna’s mission in life is to feed everyone well and we had an enormous and delicious dinner followed by unpacking the presents for the family and I’m pleased to say the Ninja Turtle onesie (thanks Warehouse) and Spiderman watch went down extremely well.
We were back to the apartment to unpack and make ourselves comfortable just after 10.30, having the space to spread out is perfect.
... war, with the gravestones used for road paving and walls in the area. Only one was left behind, as a marker for what had been accomplished in destroying the Jews of Gura Kalawarya.
They have rebuilt the cemetery, and restored almost all of the stones to the proper graves—it must have been some job, but they had photos and the original plat—and the only original part of the walls that is preserved is the gate to the cemetery. It still bears ...
... br> I had to return to the campus in time for dinner, and I had characteristically left myself exactly enough time to briskly walk back to the metro stop and ride back. I was making pretty good time until I exited the metro and proceeded down the street in the wrong direction (in my defense, the sun was down by then, and the streetcorners did look pretty much the same). By the time I found my way back to the campus, I attempted to follow the ...
... with cheese and ham - luxury truly was over! Before they'd left Mum and Dad had left us some money to treat ourselves to a farewell Warsaw drink so we headed to the restaurant upstairs in the train station. To our utter disbelief they didn’t serve alcohol! Could this day get any worse! We reluctantly settled for a coffee and a soft drink and passed the final hours of waiting mourning the loss of good food and drink!
"Don't wait for the perfect moment. Take the moment, make it ...
... and caught the bus to our hotel. The ticket machine on the bus didn't want to take my card (and didn't accept cash), so a lady from Australia sitting by the machine who spoke Polish helped us get tickets from the driver after we left the airport. Nice people everywhere. The Palonia Palace Hotel is a great step up from Munich, both in class and location. Had a great Polish dinner at Radio Café ...