Regent Warsaw Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... ourselves at our home for the next and last 4 days of our trip. The B&B is upstairs from a restaurant/bar. We had the first sensible dinner, size wise, here. After our little tour were back, but now having cocktails. Shouldn't be too hard to find our room from here, we just have to go upstairs. So nothing big happened today, but we are in Warsaw which has an unpleasant history which we will delve into more tomorrow.-Mike
... parks. We stopped off at a small park and went to the Chopin statue to take pictures, then saw the Jewish uprising monument and museum where we also stopped and had a quick look at the museum, we then arrived at the old town where we got off the coach and walked to the market square. We walked around the square, learnt about the history and then the tour ended.
I then did a quick walk around the square, got some souvenirs, left the square ...
... the ghetto walls can be seen in the jewish district, now full of amazing parks, reminding visitors of the disturbing past of the city, as do the Jewish and Uprising museums. An interesting history, this city truly has, and part of the attraction of this visit, was learning more about it. Last but not least, the best dinner of the whole journey was at lovely Rozana. An amazing old mansion, full ...
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... Ramah and/or Brandeis. We have two Rabbis, two Jewish Studies professors, and various other lay and professional leaders. The trip is organized by the Ramah organization based in Israel and we will be led by an Israeli educator with expertise in Holocaust studies and Jewish history.
The bulk of our group is arriving the next morning, so Marcia and I head off on our own for dinner and a good night's rest.