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... drink the tap water... and it's delicious
- only has one metro line. Everyone uses trams and buses
- a very "green" city
- does NOT use the euro... yet
I’m really happy I decided to go to Warsaw. It was a spur of the moment thing, but I really needed a relaxing place to recuperate from being sick. There isn’t a ton to do but everything is well organized. It had easy public transportation and if there is ever a ...
... holding a sponge and a bottle if shower gel. Bummer. So we got dressed, packed up and got on the road. Although we were near the Polish boarder, Warsaw is in the middle of Poland, so we still had quite a drive. Poland didn't really look that different to Lithuania, though not as many forests and not as neat and tidy. Joe was very amused to hear Midnight Oil 'Beds are Burning' on Polish radio! It was the hottest day ...
... at 46 years of age, it goes to show that it's mostly made up of retirees, who don't seem to mind 6 am wakeup calls.
Monday was spent in Berlin where we passed a few days back in 2004 or 2005. We roamed the city on our own, tried to get into the Reichstag unsuccessfully, took some pictures at the Brandenburg Gate where Bari Obama spoke just a few days ago, too bad we missed him, went to Checkpoint Charlie and went back to grab lunch of curry wurst before getting ...
... do not do it justice, nor do they convey any emotion. For everyone, this would be an individualized experience, one which you cannot really imagine or presume it to be like without ever having gone. I walked the grounds in silence, took some photos, got in the taxi then the train, and rode home in silence.
I caught the train again and headed to Krakow, from one Polish city to another but looking forward to exploring somewhere new and more of Poland.
... are to Ania and Maciek's place, I was determined to visit them.
Circumstances were a bit more serious this year though. Marysia's mom, Olga, at only 33 years of age, suffered a devastating stroke at the end of February. She fought hard for her life and for the past five months has been fighting hard to return to a somewhat normal existence.
Olga resides at a rehabilitation center near by and is doing well enough ...