Regent Warsaw Hotel
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- Minbar in room
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... plane. The good news was that I met a woman by the name of Joanna on her way back from a work trip in Mexico City. Amazing what one can learn about someone on a 20 minute bus ride. This turned out to be the next in several (so far) unexpected events. While we didn't sit together, we met up again at baggage claim. Here again we landed at one end of the airport and baggage claim only to have to go ...
... an hour to speed through with audio guides, but anyone going there would need much longer to do it justice and to look at all the features and paintings in their galleries. As mentioned earlier it has a terracotta/pink fašade (as voted by the people), sits four-sided around a central courtyard which had a Cold War photographic exhibition in it but we didn’t look at that. It was bombed early on as a symbol of power, the clock tower was left standing ...
... that they can't see it.
We stopped at Lazienka Park to look at the Chopin Memorial and listen to park benches playing the guys compositions. We had our group photo taken whilst there.
Onto the Gettos and memorials for the Jewish uprising in April 1943. There were 350,000 Jews in Warsaw before the war and when the number went down to 300,000 the remaining jews fought back so the Nazis killed the remaining ...
... about our day in the city. We saw ice skaters twirling around the square under twinkling lights, an accordion played on the corner along with a man on an xylophone of sorts down the street, and we enjoyed a candlelit dinner in a restaurant that remained open just for us. Best of all, I enjoyed it with my favorite travel companion. Warsaw may not be next year's romantic destination, but we managed to find everything we needed on this special ...
... of children without parents. There was laughter, play, running, and one day... He and his children were sent to the death camp of Treblinka. The Nazis told the children to sing because it was a party. The children waved flags, sang, skipped and danced up the road to Treblinka. They entered the gas chambers of death. Janusz is the only person represented by memorium on the stone ...