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Where can I begin with this crazy trip? I came here to visit my beloved Kinga baBinga and I have been having a great time.
So, what are my opinions on Poland?
I think it's a really nice country. I have made some lovely friends here and met some lovely people. Many people are friendly, and most are more than willing to practice their spoken English. I am staying in a small city called Rzeszow. There are around 200,000 people ...
We didn't show you too much of the wooden churches we saw in Slovakia. They were beautiful though, quite different from the ones in Romania, therefore different in another way.
And guess what: at the other side of the border, here inn Poland, perhaps 100 kilometers away, they have them too! And also here, they cherish them, restore them, get them UNESCO protected, create tourist routes past them. And also here, we visit ...
The ancestor I know most about is Solomon Schlossman - my great great great grandfather. Today I finally had the opportunity to visit his birthplace! What a thrill! Back in the day Jaroslaw was one of the great centers of Jewish trade and learning, one of the cities used by the Council of the Four Lands.
My divine guide, Alicja, collected me from Premium Hostel at 830am and we battled the traffic to head west out of Krakow toward Jaroslaw. I'd ...
... There is a marked difference in the quality of the roads between Poland and everywhere that we have ridden since we left Turkey. It makes for a much more comfortable ride and hopefully fewer problems with the bikes.
We are back under canvas tonight in a very nice campsite. All in all a good Monday!
Best wishes from us all
Alex, Bob, Chris Dave and ...
... to Gabrielka's count :-)) Fortunately they just got a trampoline so I had a chance to work off some of the calories afterword! Burning calories came with a price however, since somehow Asia and I got the idea that it would be fun to jump on the trampoline with her sitting on my shoulders. While I did enjoy myself while this was going on, the next day, ohh my ...