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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not so grand. It leads down the eastern stretch of the Planty crossing into Kazimierz, historic center of a thriving Jewish community in Krakow from the Middle Ages to the end of the 19th century. Kazimierz had been the spiritual and cultural center of Polish Jewry, site of Poland’s oldest synagogue, and was named after King Kazimierz III, also called Kazimierz, the Great, one of Poland’s most revered monarchs. ...
... and learning, we walked away from Auschwitz with a lot of unanswered questions and frustration. There's so much to be learned and experienced here, but yet we didn't seem to be able to find it. I'm frustrated with both myself, and the curators of the museum- though I am not sure how I would present a museum of suffering of so many nationalities and people in a way that's accessible to all.
Tomorrow is our last day in Poland- mroe cheerful plans ahead. :)
This morning started off pretty much like the rest, a quick breakfast, and then we were off to another full day of engagements. The weather was cool and rainy, as we made our way to the old town. There we met one of Dad's old friends, who left Poland at the same time, and he and his wife settled in Perth. It was lovely to catch up with them, we had lunch in a ...
... understand it never mind say it so she said to go write it on the board. Long story short there is no way to write Belchertown in Polish to make it grammatically correct and my professor is very confused by the name. After lunch we went into the city center. We didn't end up going last night so I really want to go and do some shopping. It was nice walking around and seeing all the souvenirs. I want everything! Also grabbed what we Americans would call a pretzel. They have the stands ...
... about to come loose, so we were sitting in the middle of nowhere at 2 in the morning with no engine or conductor. Once we heard this, we all went outside and had a snowball fight next to the train. Then we saw everybody leaving the train carrying their luggage, so we ran back on, grabbed our things and headed to a different train. The next train was almost full, so we were lucky to find a compartment that had room because a lot of people were sitting on the ground. At ...