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Americans in Warsaw (and things from home)

smessenger 4 | 14  
17 May 2009 /  #1
I'm way stoked to be in Warsaw, and looking forward to the challenge of the language, the culture, and yes, especially the women (or in my case now, one hell of a challenging woman).

But I know also that however long I'm here (I'm taking a one-month ESL teacher's course in July, so plan on staying a while), I will get homesick for the States from time to time.

I'm a New Englander (CT) and of course a manic Boston sports fan, and there are gonna be days where I need a Red Sox game to get me to tomorrow.

So... how do y'all supplement your embrace of life in Poland with a taste from home?
BevK 11 | 248  
17 May 2009 /  #2
You're way better set as an American than as a Brit in terms of TV etc but there's a few places sell things from over the water. There's a world food shop near the Carrefore in Arkadia ...
Lody 1 | 9  
17 May 2009 /  #3
Theres an American book store in Warsaw, not sure which mall it is (anyone know?). It's quite nice to look in there.
iceman - | 6  
18 May 2009 /  #4
there is one in Galeria Mokotow and in Sadyba mall.
OP smessenger 4 | 14  
18 May 2009 /  #5
so... amerikanskis... what do you think of being here?

(i suspect i found the right place already)
18 May 2009 /  #6
there is one in Galeria Mokotow and in Sadyba mall.

And another one in Arkadia and one on Nowy Swiat too.

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