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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... We then looked at the big monument of the Jews which was directly out of the front entrance. The Germans important these granite stones to build a big monument when they win the war, but now the Jews have used the stones to build there monument to say 'look who won' sort of thing. We continued going around the ghetto areas and came across an old wall which was an actual ghetto wall. It's protected so know one can knock it down. Which was interesting to see because ...
... to quickly unpack and grab a bit to eat in the Cafe below us. Our apartment is very different from the others we have had. You will see by the pictures that while the building my be old, the apartment deco seems very modern and "gay-friendly". We are trying to figure it out, although makes no difference either way! Tell- tail signs are: our "Do Not Disturb" sign of two men kissing, the cross-dresser male photo/poster in our ...
Before visiting Warsaw I had not heard much for it. And the little I had heard, had not been particularly flattering. I cannot imagine why! The Warsaw I saw was a modern, lively city with a small, but lovely historic center and many other interesting neighborhoods. It seems that the city has gone a long way in the last decade, reconstructing a large number of its old buildings destroyed during ...
Shabbat in Warsaw
Kabbalat Shabbat together was the Los Angeles delegation has been a very special time. Last night we welcomed in Shabbat with a special service led by Rabbi Sacks and accompanied by Happie Hoffman, our song leader. We then enjoyed a delicious (the food really has been much better than previous years) dinner together. Following dinner, the participants has time to hang together and enjoy each other's company, or, as ...
... feel bad for the museum workers because I don't think that many people come to visit them. When we left the museum it was almost dark.
We decided that we were going to have the traditional Polish dish of perogies for dinner. At the supermarket we found some freshly made perogies stuffed with mushrooms, sauerkraut, and onions. We picked up some Brussels sprouts to go along with them. I have been craving the sprouts lately for some reason. I never liked them until ...