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... for adult and student ticket. So I was about to just get two adults when young guy in the queue next to me interprets for me and I get our tickets. I like it when angels step in to help. Back down onto the station to get Dan and over to our train. We were in the last carriage of the train in the last seats on the train fasting backwards. But at least we are on. The guard came around to check ticket and asks for Daniel's student id. We then find out 16ys is the cut off ...
... houses) in Warsaw.
- Every company had to have a resort
- With everyone being given 5 weeks a year - free.
- Timeshare style.
- The company would return your transport money.
- Travelled a lot within country.
- Hitch-hiking across all communist states without fear.
- Summer houses were allowed to be bought specifically for recreation within 1 hours drive. ...
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... There’s really nothing left from the ghetto, as it was eventually liquidated as the Jews were relocated to concentration camps. We walked past the spot where the housing units had been, and finally came to the Ghetto Hero’s Square. This is the square I spoke about previously, with the empty chair art installation. Our guide told us the story of how the Jews were removed from their homes, and how Jewish sympathizers would throw food from the moving tram ...
As usual, and what we're all used to, it was raining when we set off in the morning, although it did then stop just as we arrived at Czestochowa to stop at the Pauline Monastery to view the famous portrait of the Black Madonna. I think I may have been the only person on the coach who couldn't remember ever hearing about it, but it was certainly - different. Very different. We then continued on, arriving at ...