Residence St Andrews Palace
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... of Science and Culture. Not far away, we eventually found the only remaining fragment of the wall around the Jewish ghetto, about 5 metres long. We walked to the Warsaw Uprising Museum. The Polish are justifiably proud of the efforts of thousands of civilians who, with the Home Army, fought back against the Germans in 1944. They were successful for 2 months and there was much evidence of heroic actions against a vastly better armed opposition. ...
... was a real Aladdin's Cave. I held off from purchasing original bronze busts of Hitler and Lenin, but my Good Lady Wife succumbed to temptation and purchased a nineteenth century camel bag. Really. We moved on, and I had a litre of Tyskie as we wrote up our diaries with a howling gale blowing down the street, but we were determined to enjoy European cafe culture.
As we retired to bed, overlooked by our distinctly cheeky Alice, we were treated to a ...
... we could not see the tour, so decided to go shopping instead. After dark the city looked magical, decorated in all sort of lighting, from large Christmas decorations and fairy lights and then lighting shows on the large buildings (see the video).
The shops near the main square were quite high end fashion and at one stage we did find ourselves in a fur clothing and accessories shop. Being faced with a variety of fashion fur items we definatly did not buy any items in here. ...
... who had received little support from the Soviets or the Western Allies. An estimated 200,000 Poles died during the uprising, and following the surrender, the Nazis proceeded to raze what remained of Warsaw, eventually destroying approximately 85% of the city. In the Old Town where we were staying, there were only 6 buildings that were not completely destroyed during the war. Some people hid in the deserted, ruined city and were shot upon discovery. Wladyslaw ...
... had determined that "lines" didn't matter as they were constantly walking back and forth, mostly trying to add more people in front of me. And the utter lack of appreciation for personal space made for quite a frustrating morning.
Eventually, two lovely ladies from Canada came up behind me and we chatted for a bit, which helped pass the time. They had been traveling for almost a month-visiting one's daughter who was teaching in ...