Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Over three quarters of the Polish capital, Warsaw, was destroyed during the Second World War but in an amazing example of perseverance and power over adversity, the city's historic core has been painstakingly rebuilt almost exactly as it was and looks practically identical to the mediaeval city that stood here before. So faithful, in fact, is the reproduction, that UNESCO has ...
... my gloves and yes, there are moments when I get stressed about things, but we have to remind ourselves that we are truly lucky for all that we do have.
Lucky - how lucky the survivors were to make it to this day against all odds and March out alive where their families weren't able to. Lucky - how lucky I am to have had the opportunity to walk out of Auschwitz, a free Jew, hand in hand with survivors, showing that were still here. ...
... wake him up if need be, he knows what it's like. He was great. I didn't catch his name, but he was heading to Macedonia to try and sell a family property for his parents. It wasn't one that had been in the family for generations, only since they migrated to Australia in 1982 when he was four years old, so there was no sentimentality attached. But the local economy is on a one-way track downhill, so something needs to be done. He was friendly and up for a bit of a chat but not too much. ...
... vandalism throughout Poland. When they are notified of discriminatory or racist graffiti, they actually will send a team of people out to remove it. It is a concept that reminds me of Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's Anti-Graffiti Task Force in the late 80's and 90's. The idea is simple. No you unfortunately cannot erase people's negative thoughts or sentiments, but you can erase the visible hurtful words that inspire or encourage hateful actions. ...
At times like this the car seems quite small. Knowing what to pack for 4 people for two weeks is always a gamble, especially when the weather forecast isn't great. But we have wellies, waterproofs, t-shirts, shorts, a range of shoes (including Lucy's new pair of Brooks running shoes) and our swimming trunks, just in case we do get some sun and we can spend some time in the pool. A list of things we need to do before we leave. Buy the boys cycling helmets from Decathlon, charge my iPod ...