Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and lastly how much renovation is going on! Quite a few buildings were wrapped.
... of the rooms. The rooms were all labelled with a panel telling of their historical uses so you could imagine life in the castle. A couple of rooms had beautiful ceiling paintings and you could tell that the best of artists were employed in the restoration. The Canaletto room isn’t terribly big but it shows more than twenty paintings of 17/18C Warsaw which conservators were able to use when reconstructing the city. I was struck by one (see photo) which ...
... back to the other side of Warsaw to the Jewish cemetery being one of the oldest and largest in Eurpoe. Came across Chopin's grave, Dad, Mum and Sisters of the great man.
We had our Meet and Greet and hotel dinner for our tour. 39 are on our tour. Some American tour group cancelled out and passed on their customers to Insight Vacations with whom we are travelling.
... book through a Jewish lens. I answered that as a rabbi it is impossible not to bring a Jewish view of the world to everything I see and do, but that my goal is to be as open to every experience of holiness as I can possibly be. In pursuit of that, I have also had the privilege of visiting Jewish places and participating in contemporary Jewish life at most of the stops along the way.
In the span of about six days I led services and spoke at Kabbalat ...
... Ma and Pa and a feast fit for kings!
The next morning we had our bargain breakfast which cost a whole Euro we headed out to explore Warsaw! After a while of walking around we found our way to the Old Town where we visited the square and saw various churches. The temperature had dropped a little recently so we dived into a cute little café where we treated ourselves to a hot chocolate and a latte. Once we were warm enough to venture outside again we decided to head to ...