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Silly holes in ppl R 4 breeding or R from shooting

A travel blog entry by playhard


... funny to buy a Spain shirt in Poland but I didn't find one in Spain that I liked so this fits the bill.

Our dinner selection this night was traditional polish cuisine. we found a restaurant on the main drag which was close to where we had eaten the night before. I ended up choosing a stew. It was not that great and looked nothing like the picture on the menu. Amanda had stuffed cabbage which was quite tasty. one of the more ...

Day 95: A taste of the Ukraine

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... of the museums first. As luck would have it we were about an hour and a half too early. We passed by the brewery just to check it out and could find no indication of such a happy hour. We decided to return home to look it up online and to see if our last museum on the list was open today. On the way home we passed by another news interview in progress. Two different chances to be background celebrities in Warsaw!

Even online we could find no mention of the happy hour. ...

The land of missing vowels

A travel blog entry by peteindira


... she turned out to be legit.

We arrived at 6 a.m. at Ciocia Wanda's house to a greeting of kisses, smiles and a whole lot of Polish love.
Marriam-Webster's Dictionary defines "Polish Love" as: a noun - unselfish loyal and benevolent concern for the good of another proclaimed by feeding one everything that they can find at anytime one is in their presence. Ok, it doesn't actually have a ...

Prewar Poland – The Epicenter of the Jews

A travel blog entry by alleifer


... 8211; 1919

Imagine that you live in a capital of a newly free country with expansive borders. Your people have lived in the area for 500 years and you are part of the Jewish community that is 30-40% of the population of the capital Warsaw and of all the major cities in Poland – Lublin, Krakow, Lodz. Freedom reigns and you are fully part of all the civic, political, cultural and economic activities of ...

Not that far to walk, is it?

A travel blog entry by mergatroid


... tour was ending in Warsaw and it was time to her collect her bags and head to the airport. Our timing could not have been better for lunch as when we left the restaurant filled up with what a large number of what appeared to be school kids on an outing.

Leaving the restaurant we headed on foot towards Łazienki Park whose main feature was the Palace on the Water. The walk took some time but was mostly relaxing as we took ...


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