Travel Blogs from Poland

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Gdansk or Danzig (if you are German) Day 2, Gdansk, Poland travel blog

Gdansk or Danzig (if you are German) Day 2

A travel blog entry by nancyjill

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Had a fine breakfast this morning with mixed vegetables, pancakes, hotdogs, cheese, and a variety of other goodies and good coffee. Was fun. We toured the town and went into several churches. Some of them are beyond belief with beauty. We tried to go ...

Schindler's List history, warning: script spoilers, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Schindler's List history, warning: script spoilers

A travel blog entry by chrisab14

... where Spielberg felt that he could create a better movie from. Before we started however we went by a bagel stand (theyre everywhere, Poland is apparently the birthplace of the bagel) and then a coffee shop where I got an amazing iced latte, good ...

Polish Dinner, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Polish Dinner

A travel blog entry by mish_brendan

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It was great to wake up again and have an entire apartment to ourselves.  After over a year of travelling it is the small comforts that you begin to appreciate the most.  High on this list is personal space.  We began our day by going for ...

Krakow, Poland, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Krakow, Poland

A travel blog entry by rnriggins

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... Cathedral with Zygmunt Bell, and medieval Florian Gate with Barbican along the Royal Coronation Route. Kraków is one of Poland's most important economic centres. Its population has quadrupled since the end of World War II. Following the collapse ...

Medrzechow and Kupienen, Medrzechow, Poland travel blog

Medrzechow and Kupienen

A travel blog entry by jkroll1952

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Our first full day in Krakow and after the Salt Mines,  we take to the country to visit the ancestral villages of our father's parents.  These are the villages of Medrzechow and Kupienen about 80 km east of Krakow.  We took a quick visit ...

Wollmierz train station, Wollmierz, Poland travel blog

Wollmierz train station

A travel blog entry by markszulgit

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The day after crossing back into Poland, we stopped in Wollmierz. If the Eagle's were European, this would have been their Hotel California. Greeted by smiles and tea, unfortunately no pink champagne, we toured this defunct train station now offering ...

Other stuff to do when it rains, Krynica Morska, Poland travel blog

Other stuff to do when it rains

A travel blog entry by mrewkowski

... for a fire and Malwina and I eagerly attended and sand along ad exchanged stories of similarities and differences in scouting between Poland and Canada. After the fire, we were invited for some tea and kanapki ze smalcem (sandwiches with pork lard). ...

Eye Saws in Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland travel blog

Eye Saws in Warsaw

A travel blog entry by mish_brendan

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... ; Next was the Warsaw Ghetto Monument before we stumbled upon the Polish Independence Museum which told us the story of how Poland gained its first independence after WWI but oddly does not mention how they lost it again until 1990...Strange.  Last ...

"American dream" final countdown

A travel blog entry by kikizameryki

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Pewnie czesc zastanawia sie dlaczego taka "chwytliwa" nazwa uzytownika;]? Z bardzo prostego powodu : "Imieinazwisko" bylo juz zajete. A ze byla kiedys taka bajka dla dzieci "Malpka Kiki" i w dziecinstwie rodzice nazywali mnie "Kiki z Ameryki", ...

The End, Kyiv, Poland travel blog

The End

A travel blog entry by peacecorpsliz

I'm Kyiv now, all ready to fly home tomorrow. Everything has been going relatively well. I've never had such beautiful closure. Ukrainian people are truly the kindest, most thoughtful hosts I've ever met. Recently my life has been filled with ...

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