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Appropriate Wedding Gift for a Polish girlfriend of several months?


Lodz_The_Boat 32 | 1,535
8 Feb 2011 #31
My friend lives in Krakow, so is there a 5* hotel

You are really a very generous person. While she is getting married, you want to spend as much as required to please her. This is a true friend, isn't it? ... I hope it is!

If she is also a true friend ... even a "wish" through SMS would suffice. But as you wish to really charm her (and him aswell I hope) ... you can give something very modest, yet very friendly. Don't try to charm too much, that might not be a very welcome thing for her life infront (I wonder if you know what I mean).

Why don't you give just a card and some flowers, to BOTH of them (SOME flowers) ... don't make it too expensive. Don't need to be something very memorable. But try to focus on making is as friendly and uninvolved as possible.

Well its just my opinion. Rest is your wish, which advise you want to select :)
Olaf 6 | 955
8 Feb 2011 #32
to BOTH of them

don't make it too expensive

Don't need to be something very memorable. But try to focus on making is as friendly and uninvolved as possible.

If you do otherwise you may be considered as "the friend of the family" :D
poland_
8 Feb 2011 #33
My friend lives in Krakow, so is there a 5* hotel

Here is a link for the Sheraton Krakow, the price is 135PLN per person and the telephone and contact details are in the following link. They speak english and I am sure you can pay by card, tell them what you are doing and they will give a gift to the couple, maybe a bottle of Cava or something. Don; waste your time with the other hotels in Krakow for Brunch. Sheraton is the one.

sheraton.pl/krakow/en/restaurants-offers

Whats that really nice restuarant in the Rynek called? The really old one,

Wierzynek Restaurant
Wroclaw 44 | 5,379
8 Feb 2011 #34
if someone i'd never met bought my wife and i a meal... it would go uneaten.

flowers are about as far as it needs to go. And even then they are not necessary.
poland_
8 Feb 2011 #35
if someone i'd never met bought my wife and i a meal... it would go uneaten.

They are business colleagues, it is all in the interests of good business relationships.
smurf 39 | 1,971
8 Feb 2011 #36
it would go uneaten.

you'd turn down a free meal?
If anyone wants to buy me dinner you can send a bank draft/postal order to
hungry irish dude,
rynek
katowice

:)
kenshine - | 1
13 May 2011 #37
Sure, weddings can be fun, but buying gifts for your best friends can be an expensive endeavor. Now that wedding season is upon us and the invitations are rolling in, you're probably wondering how you can afford to get your friends something nice without racking up big credit-card bills or worrying that you might look like a cheapskate when you give them a present that's actually in your price range.


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