Royal Route Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- TV Channel One Russia
- Pets allowed
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... with a friend of hers, a professor of philosophy and Jewish studies named Halina driving out to a town called Gura Kalawarya. For Chasidic Jews this is known as Ger, the place of origin for the Gerer Chasidim, and the seat of the Gerer Rebbe in the old days. Among the prominent Gerer Rabbis were the founder, Rabbi Yitzchak Meir Alter, and his successor, Rabbi Yehudah Aryeh Leib Alter, known as the Sefas Emes. The Gerer Chasidim were originally mostly followers of ...
... This flight was made even more pleasant by the best collection of in-flight entertainment I've ever seen, including To Catch a Thief, the Godfather movies, the Back to the Future trilogy, The Departed, and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Despite all of this, once I saw Guardians of the Galaxy on the playlist, I immediately decided how the next eight hours of my life would be spent.
Our first order of business upon landing in Poland was to hail a cab ...
... mall and had lunch at a nice Polish restaurant. Later in the afternoon it started to rain and we had hot tea in the hotel lobby.
In the evening, we attended an orientation meeting and met our tour manager and fellow travelers. Later we had dinner at the ...
... Aussie accent! Turns out this guy spent 12 months in Australia south of Perth working on a large vegetable farm, growing carrots etc. He loved it in Australia but came back to Poland to continue vegetable growing on a farm, he was in Warsaw today to watch the Tour. Rafal then helped us buy tickets, put us on the right tram and we waved goodbye, people are so helpful here. At last some cloud cover came over and the temperature dropped a few ...
... still being developed. Again we found it somewhat confusing but they had an excellent video showing scenes of life from the 1920s. Warsaw had 400,000 Jews before WW2, constituting 30% of the population. They were forced into the ghetto & were shipped to Treblinka in 1943 before their uprising. A tragic history, yet again.
We took a cab back to the hotel & after a rest had an incredible meal at a cafe next door. An early start tomorrow so an early night is in ...