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A Touchy Subject

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 22, 2014


... murdered at the hands of the Nazis, there is a distinction between these two concepts. In Poland, the fight against Nazism was a fight against fascism, oppression, and political ideology, not necessarily against anti-Semitism, which had always existed. Anti-Semitism was able to continue because following World War II, Poland was absorbed by communist Russia, and again struggled as a nation. Jews again became a scapegoat for this ...

"Czesc!" - Hello in Polish!

A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 09, 2014

8 comments, 6 photos

... told us it was the most beautiful money in the world - and even though I have seen a few that are (only slightly) more appealing than Ukrainian currency, it is definitely better looking than our ugly greenbacks.

We took a parting picture as we left and went back to the Moon Hostel. it was an easy walk. On the way back, we passed a guy in the alley who was singing his heart out for tips. The Polish language may be hard to read, but it is beautiful to hear and I love hearing it ...


A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Aug 30, 2013

... turn up if you want to join in.

As I got towards the meeting point in Warsaw's Old Town, I saw just ahead of me was a woman walking along with an orange umbrella. Not too long ago I would have waited in the shadows for other people to assemble and then tagged on at the back like some kind of social leper, but this time I just walked right over and said hello. Before I knew it, about ten or fifteen people had gathered.

It was easily the best thing I did while ...

Licence Required

A travel blog entry by mauveme on Jul 29, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... mins she reached into her shopping bag and pulled out a 1/2 bottle of water - I have! Yeah, well what good was it in your bag! Of course I didn't say that and wished I could have said something similar in Polish. At this stage the puppy was now sitting and trying to nip my fingers. Phew. Turns out she had two other older dogs at her hotel and this one she had purchased for her daughter who was in Holland. Hmmm. Let's hope she takes better care of him than her Mum. I left the son with ...

Entering the Vodka belt

A travel blog entry by billynomates on Jan 24, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... floor, jumps to the third before finishing on the second! We didn’t realise this and it gets a bit confusing as the tour jumped back in time as it progressed.

The museum has a wide range of exhibits including some appalling images and stories of the atrocities that took place here during the war years. Although a must see the harrowing stories are all too familiar to those we read and watched in Berlin. We are glad we visited ...