Novotel Warszawa Airport
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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... include timber products (they are a major supplier for Ikea and have a compulsory replanting requirement whenever timber is cut down), medical lasers, amber products, ship building, agriculture (including berries and mushrooms ... 10 of 40 mushroom species are poisonous so it is important to know what you are picking) and increasingly tourism.
The last Lithuanian district we travel through is Zukia, known as ...
... suicide rather than be captured. Their names appear on a large memorial stone near the mound, the day we were there someone had left a large sunflower on the stone.
There was a wall with a plaque commemorating German Chancellor Willy Brandt’s visit to Warsaw in 1971 I think, he himself had been displaced from Germany during the war I think for some political reason, and was sympathetic to the Jews. He made a point of being taken to the ...
... always have red white checked tablecloths, with high tables and chairs outside and in, offering fixed price (all at 4 zloty=68p) drinks, whether that's water, coffee, beer or vodka. So, it will come as absolutely no surprise to anyone who knows Gary and me, that we bypassed the non-alcoholic ones and headed straight for the beer and vodka options. Then the 'just-the-one' multiplied somewhat and I'm not sure when but the beers became the chasers to the vodkas. Lovely ...
... He opened the building in 2008. Jews feel safe here. There are opened doors, no guards; anyone can enter. There is no feeling of stress here. Nothing has happened here to cause fear at the JCC, Jewish Community Center. Krakow was the capital of Poland during WWII. The ghetto was across the river. Schlinder's Factory was here. Schindler was a Nazi spy. He created ammunition, had Jews to work because he did not have to pay them. The ...
After the walking tour and subsequent dinner, the entire delegation walked back to the Nozyk shul for Havdallah and a celebration of our survivors. We first heard from a Righteous Gentile whose family helped save a number of Jews. She was greeted with a standing ovation following her remarks. We also brought in a klezmer band and along with our clarinetist, Randy Fried and our song leader, Happie, ...