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... Michal Martyniuk,Sam, James, Willy, Kabak (Thanks guys for all the music and good vibes, kite sessions, helping with work, letting us stay at your place and of course for brownies...;])
*Bobbie&Julia (Thank you for sharing with us a great summer holiday in a beautiful place -Piha)
*Colin (Thank you for letting us stay ...
I think it is about fifteen years since my first visit to Wolsztyn in Poland with friends and looking back some things have certainly changed and others are reassuringly familiar. On my first visit I picked up the dinner tab at the Europa Restaurant in town for three of us as it came to less than a round of drinks at home. The restaurant is still trading today, serving great food but even today the three course dinner for two with a bottle of wine came to just ...
... I told him (he spoke some English) that I knew that, but hadn’t been able to find a Currency Exchange office in Dresden. He suggested going to the ticket office in Zary and buying the ticket there, and graciously allowed me to continue on the trip. I was thankful that he didn’t ask me to get off the train as I didn't have a clue where I was and don't speak Polish!
When the train arrived in Zary, I went directly to the ticket office. As it ...
... when they saw us sitting there. One of the men was a friend of the conductors and he was very funny. I have no clue what he was saying, but he was trying very hard to make us laugh, and it worked.
Some time passed, and a train came around the corner. It was time to go. Emma and I were trying to figure out a way to thank the man, but we weren't sure how. As we got up to leave we just looked at him and smiled and said "thank you" several times.
... We reached the autobahn with little difficulty and headed in a southeasterly direction to Poland.
We crossed the border from Gemany to Poland about 10:00 a.m. The contrast was breathtaking. The roads were in poor repair and the car bounced so badly that the maximum speed on the "autobahn" was 80 km/hr or about 48 mph. The few buildings along the highway appeared in disrepair or abandoned. We approached a rest stop and decided to ...