Its weird she wasnt at Mazury, instead of that she was in Silesia... its like go on ur vacation to Manchester...
er.. no. It's more like going on holiday to the Black Country :p
There's plenty to see and do here, and as Manchester is the second most-visited city in England (London is obviously first) and culturally way ahead of anywhere outside the capital, it's like visiting Kraków instead of Warsaw. There's far more to see and do in central Manchester than in Kraków, and far more variety than in Warsaw. Considering that 2.5 million people live in Greater Manchester, and the central areas are similar in size, that doesn't really say much for Poland's capital, does it?
By the way, I quite like Warsaw (I've been there many times and know it well) so it's not a criticism of Poland's capital, but get your facts right when talking about places you've probably not spent more than a few hours in, if at all.