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... 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.
... a little to browse the shelves and see what Polish pottery was all about. There were a few pieces that I loved, but I settled on one and we continued to the museums.
Before the day was out, we stopped into the Fryderyka Chopina Museum to pay homage to Poland's most famous cultural export. As we are not musicians ourselves, I'm sure much of the exhibits were lost on us. Some display cases showed nothing but music sheets. It seemed ...
... involved a rather large group and only one speaker. However this is not the reason why I found myself most distracted. That was more to do with two additions to our tour group who acted like naughty school children! About 20 minutes into the 2 hour tour and Pops had had enough! He ventured off to find a beer (yet another surprise!) with promises to meet us in the town square later on. The walking tour took us around the main square of Old Town Warsaw and told us the tale ...
... life scene is vibrant in Warsaw and as the others moved onto another and another spot, I braved Warsaw alone at midnight and made my way back to the Golden Tulip 'stok steen aleen'. My poor mom had waited up for me watching a travel documentary on Poland.....so you can direct all your trivia questions to her. It would be tired eyes all around for team SA...as we journey off to the mountains, about 6 hours outside of Warsaw. Jen Ku ye (thank you) for reading the blog and sharing the ...
... the battle and the following retribution by Nazis. The Poles expected to have help from the Russian army which was encamped a few miles outside of Warsaw. The Russians never showed up and the Germans prevailed leading to a slaughter. This followed the Jewish Ghetto uprising of 1943, when the Jewish resistance fighters fought the German soldiers and police who entered the ghetto to deport the remaining occupants ...