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... so long ago, all the concrete buildings and apartment blocks. We had intended to visit a nearby suburb (Nowa Huta) but didn't end up getting there. In any case I think it would have been more meaningful on a tour rather than trying to understand it ourselves.
I read this from an internet tour site about Nowa Huta: "Communism originates from the Latin expression 'ferm commuis', which means 'common' or 'universal'. Its creators were inspired by ...
... or ID. Eventually I ran into a familiar face. We later had a discussion with the guide as to what would happen should someone get lost. He said that in the in the interest of the whole group they would leave you behind..Hopefully Grant would have hung around for me! The bus was very cramped and quite uncomfortable compared with the trains we had been on. The farms all look quite small. Many are market gardens and there appears to be a number of people out in ...
... Halina at a Convent just outside of Krakow and so Paul put directions into the GPS of what he presumed was the correct information but the GPS was giving us such a difficult time we spent a very unenjoyable hour or more trying to find our way to our meeting point. Many phone calls between Paul and Andrzej but still we had got ourselves into such a pickle we were just going around in circles and getting more and more frustrated so in the end the boys decided it was not worth ...
... but I reflected with thoughts of those who walked to their deaths in freezing conditions, as we walked that same walk, with raincoats, warm clothing, umbrellas, full bellies and of course mobie phones and cameras to capture it all. War is hell and while I feel that most wars are political and without cause, I thought about the 100's of thousands of allied military that lost their lives for this just war. This was a true good v evil and ...
... decorated with salt-carved sculptures, including chandeliers. The most striking thing about the place was that it was a sort of underground city, with restaurants, shops, churches, a banquet hall, a playground--and miles of salty "streets." The mines are vast and mostly off limits to visitors. While we saw probably dozens of rooms and walked miles, we were really only getting a taste of the ...