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Old August 4th, 2005, 05:35 PM
tim \(moved to sweden\)
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Default What to visit in Poland/Baltics

So I've decide that I can fly to/from Warsaw for 14 days.
I also have the option of using the same flight to/from Kaunas (LT)
so I could do that in one direction.

I've done the Krakow/Oswiecim/Wieliczka/Zakopane gig
before, so I can pass on that destination.

What are the other "must sees" that I should try to include
in my trip.

TIA

tim


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Old August 4th, 2005, 05:59 PM
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Check this link out it maybe helps you to get more info on Warsaw
http://www.ghptravel.com/htm/place/waw.htm


"tim (moved to sweden)" wrote in message
...
So I've decide that I can fly to/from Warsaw for 14 days.
I also have the option of using the same flight to/from Kaunas (LT)
so I could do that in one direction.

I've done the Krakow/Oswiecim/Wieliczka/Zakopane gig
before, so I can pass on that destination.

What are the other "must sees" that I should try to include
in my trip.

TIA

tim




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Old August 4th, 2005, 06:32 PM
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Have You been in Bochnia? It's little city near Cracow (about 38 km)?
May You be here? I live in Bochnia!
You may look G=F3ry Swietokrzyskie (Swietokrzyskie Mountains). The
biggest mountain is Lysica.
If I'll find out something, I'll write.
see yaa,
rodowity Polak

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Old August 4th, 2005, 07:49 PM
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"GHPtravel" wrote in message
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Check this link out it maybe helps you to get more info on Warsaw
http://www.ghptravel.com/htm/place/waw.htm


"tim (moved to sweden)" wrote in message
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So I've decide that I can fly to/from Warsaw for 14 days.
I also have the option of using the same flight to/from Kaunas (LT)
so I could do that in one direction.

I've done the Krakow/Oswiecim/Wieliczka/Zakopane gig
before, so I can pass on that destination.

What are the other "must sees" that I should try to include
in my trip.


Szczupak!


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Old August 4th, 2005, 08:06 PM
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"Gerald Oliver Swift" wrote in message
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"GHPtravel" wrote in message
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Check this link out it maybe helps you to get more info on Warsaw
http://www.ghptravel.com/htm/place/waw.htm


"tim (moved to sweden)" wrote in message
...
So I've decide that I can fly to/from Warsaw for 14 days.
I also have the option of using the same flight to/from Kaunas (LT)
so I could do that in one direction.

I've done the Krakow/Oswiecim/Wieliczka/Zakopane gig
before, so I can pass on that destination.

What are the other "must sees" that I should try to include
in my trip.


Szczupak!


I guessed that this was going to be a food item.

What can you do with:

2 carrots
2 Stalks celery
1 onion, quartered
10 Peppercorns
1 Bay leaf
2 t salt
Water
1 fish dressed
-(perch, sole, pike
-or similar white fish)

That's pecial?

At least you didn't say Pierogi!

tim


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Old August 4th, 2005, 08:16 PM
polak
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Sorry but I don't understand You. Do You want know something about
Polish cousine?

pierogi!!

You must sak about oscypek (Tatra Mountains; sheep cheese; it has got
much salt) and kluski slaskie (Silesia).

Pierogi are very good.

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Old August 4th, 2005, 08:43 PM
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"tim \(moved to sweden\)" wrote:

What can you do with:

2 carrots
2 Stalks celery
1 onion, quartered
10 Peppercorns
1 Bay leaf
2 t salt
Water
1 fish dressed
-(perch, sole, pike
-or similar white fish)

I use just one carrot -- you know, the big irregular one you get in
every pack. A tiny splash of white wine vinegar. And I prefer my fish
naked.

Sauvignon rather than Chardonnay.

--
PB
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Old August 4th, 2005, 09:25 PM
Gerald Oliver Swift
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"polak" wrote in message
oups.com...
Sorry but I don't understand You. Do You want know something about
Polish cousine?

pierogi!!

You must sak about oscypek (Tatra Mountains; sheep cheese; it has got
much salt) and kluski slaskie (Silesia).

Pierogi are very good.


Do you have a recipe for kluski slaskie?
How do they differ from kluski krakowskie?
Gerry


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Old August 4th, 2005, 09:48 PM
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"polak" wrote in message
oups.com...
Sorry but I don't understand You. Do You want know something about
Polish cousine?


It's taken me ages to work out what you meant :-)

(Cuisine) Sorry.


pierogi!!

You must sak about oscypek (Tatra Mountains; sheep cheese; it has got
much salt) and kluski slaskie (Silesia).

Pierogi are very good.


Perhaps, but not served cold with potato filling, covered in oil
and few chopped onions.

I presume that you have to know where to go.

tim



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Old August 4th, 2005, 09:51 PM
tim \(moved to sweden\)
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"Gerald Oliver Swift" wrote in message
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"polak" wrote in message
oups.com...
Sorry but I don't understand You. Do You want know something about
Polish cousine?

pierogi!!

You must sak about oscypek (Tatra Mountains; sheep cheese; it has got
much salt) and kluski slaskie (Silesia).

Pierogi are very good.


Do you have a recipe for kluski slaskie?
How do they differ from kluski krakowskie?


In amongst the many Polish pages, Google found
4 French and 2 German (but no English)

tim

Gerry



 




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