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... covering maybe 2-20 acres. Hay & silage seem to be common though I don't know what they use it for. After arriving in Warsaw we check into our hotel which is quite nice. The whole group is taken on a walking tour of the city- weather is great shorts & thongs- with a Polish guide who was quite the character. He sounded like Borat & was good fun. Saw the usual stuff - the old town, ...
... again. We eventually found the hostel at the back of a courtyard. We had a room in a large dorm for $5 a night, Erin was already anxious about the looks of the hostel, then we discovered we had an old man in the dorm, that lived at the hostel. This made both of us uncomfortable so we asked to change rooms. The new room was much better, although didn’t compare to the lovely hostel we had stayed at in Warsaw.
That night we organized a day tour to Auschwitz the next ...
... quickly learned that a Polish wedding basically includes a lot of food and a lot of vodka. Every table was set with wine glasses, water glasses, and shot glasses at each place setting. There was also an ice bucket with a bottle of white and two bottles of vodka. The meal consisted of an appetizer course, a soup course, dinner, and dessert. Around 10pm, they brought our two whole roasted wild boars that had been personally killed by the ...
... ways connect the various intersections.
So what has happened here is simple. Poland, like the other ex communist eastern countries have risen from their standard they had in the late 80’s and modernized. This was done at a grand scale using the latest technology which has positioned them on a higher and more advanced scale than Holland or England for that matter.
In the Western European countries things are slowly advancing and ...
... he had simply parked his taxi in the airport lot... It seemed that this is what the the not recommended taxis do. We arrive to his car, only for me to discover it is a Mercedes... Yes, a Mercedes taxi. So of course I paid way more for the drive than I should have, but hey I got to ride in a Mercedes taxi. He was actually quite helpful, pointing out sights along the way, half in English half in Polish. He was a bit confused it seemed with the roads, and ended up ...