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... Ma and Pa and a feast fit for kings!
The next morning we had our bargain breakfast which cost a whole Euro we headed out to explore Warsaw! After a while of walking around we found our way to the Old Town where we visited the square and saw various churches. The temperature had dropped a little recently so we dived into a cute little café where we treated ourselves to a hot chocolate and a latte. Once we were warm enough to venture outside again we decided to head to ...
... at the bar with woman lathered in make-up, fashioning exotic hair colours stretching all about me and speaking loudly. As I starred with a look of terror endlessly into a small glass overflowing with an ominous looking substance....I heard Rafa say...."ok, let's go....one, two, three....Nostrovia (with eye contact), and down the hatch it went. To be honest it tasted delightful, much like cherry rascals, with a serious kick at the end that cleared my sinuses 'good and proper'. ...
... and puffing when we got to the top. we met our new roommates, who were actually in high school from Warsaw and just in town for the concert. They told us they would be up late, and asked if this was ok. Of course we were... we had no other option!
We locked our bags up to be safe and went to go explore Lodz. the friendly guys downstairs (he mentioned free breakfast at this hostel, too - BTW!!) told us where to go, ...
... br> 4. What type of government did Poland have from after WW2 until 1989? Why?
5. When did Poland join the EU? NATO?
AP only: Describe agriculture in Poland over the last 60 years. For example, what was it like during the communist years (state-owned?) after WW2 and how did it transition to private-owned? Also, what are its main exports and how much of its industry is centered around agriculture? Why is Poland doing so well economically ...
... museum and was shown what it would look like as a way to encourage you to come back. I really want see the final exhibition, eventually, but I promise unless I have money I will not visit Warsaw in 2014. I spent the evening dining with Anna and her husband, we discussed many topics, that I will bring up later. The next day I took the budget bus company Polski bus to Gdansk. I paid about ten dollars for a five hour bus ride ...