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Lovely trips to Poland - Warsaw and Wrocław, Krakow and Warsaw, Poznań and Gdańsk


johnny reb 47 | 7260
16 Jun 2024 #31
Check you facts buster, Europe may be composed of many different countries but it is bigger than the USA.

So the 44 country's that make up Europe is the same size as ONE COUNTRY, the Great United States of America ? TRUE !
They must be very small countries then.
For example, my State of Michigan alone is bigger than the whole United Kingdom put together. 😳

And we shouldn't forget that most of the 640 miles that Jailbird Jim drives through is empty.

Spot on, which makes for fresh air that you don't have and an abundance of natural resources without being polluted by suburban sprawl like you have.

Exactly! nobody lives there!

Not true, not over populated is true.

I live between a large forest and a large river.

Sounds like Central Park in New York. Yuk !

I think they all have to buy bottled water over there.

Is that what you "think" ?
Most of us in Northern Michigan all have our own private well water which in most cases test more pure than bottled water.
Here is the article again on the girl who toured Poland.

msn.com/en-us/travel/news/i-traveled-to-poland-an-underrated-destination-filled-with-cheap-good-food-culture-and-history-here-are-5-reasons-you-should-add-it-to-your-next-europe-trip/ss-AA1kvmGe
My well water tests pure with no interference as does my outside flowing well which are both ice cold year around.
You have never been here nor will you ever come here so keep throwing peanuts from your peanut gallery to quell your jealousy.
johnny reb 47 | 7260
16 Jun 2024 #32
Boy was that a quick 5 minutes to edit my post
Alien 22 | 5195
16 Jun 2024 #33
When was the last time you were in Poland

This year we have already been to Szczecin and Legnica, as far as larger cities are concerned. But the last time was a few weeks ago when we took a trip to Zittau, a town in a triangle where three countries meet: Poland, Germany and the Czech Republic. After visiting the city and visiting McDonald's (because of our teenager), we went to the Polish side. There are 3km of the street in Poland before it crosses into the Czech Republic. On this section, we did some shopping at Biedronka and refueled, and after half an hour we returned to Germany. This is how Europe without borders works.
Feniks 2 | 363
16 Jun 2024 #34
Here is the article again on the girl who toured Poland.

I wouldn't call Warsaw and Lublin off the beaten track. Strange she thinks that Poland is in Eastern Europe too.
jon357 73 | 22638
16 Jun 2024 #35
suburban sprawl like you have

You really haven't been to Europe, have you? Do you really think that the alternative here to emptiness is "suburban sprawl".

Sounds like Central Park in New York

I quite like Central Park, especially the cityscape around it however nothing like that. More like Scarsdale or parts of the Hamptons if you're looking for an NY analogy. Not really my thing and mostly 1930s buildings with relatively little infrastructure, but handy, safe and quiet.

I wouldn't call Warsaw and Lublin off the beaten track

Nor would I. Perhaps she's writing for people who think that European tourism is only London, Paris, Venice and Vienna.

Did you see the apology at the bottom of the article?
johnny reb 47 | 7260
16 Jun 2024 #36
I wouldn't call Warsaw and Lublin off the beaten track.

Twist it as you may from your peanut gallery, Finkus
What she said was: The Old Towns in Warsaw and Lublin were storybook-like, and the food was delicious and cheap.
THEN she told of other places off the beaten path.
I can't believe how stupid you are sometimes.

Strange she thinks that Poland is in Eastern Europe

Many of us believe that

You really haven't been to Europe, have you?

No reason to go there just like there is no reason for you to come to Michigan.
jon357 73 | 22638
16 Jun 2024 #37
She only talks about the two cities. Nothing 'off the beaten track'.

'No reason'. Well, Europe has many of not most of the world's major tourist attractions.

Michigan has wasteland and dead hitchhikers.
Joker 2 | 2224
16 Jun 2024 #38
I can't believe how stupid you are sometimes.

You look like the stupid one for attacking her over something so petty, but thats how you roll only to shame, diminish and belittle. Using your redundant terminology.

You have never been to Poland in you entire life and act like youre an expert about the country!😂
johnny reb 47 | 7260
16 Jun 2024 #39
Here comes the peanut gallery's Snitch attacking off-topic AGAIN.

you have never been to Poland and act like youre an expert about the country!

And you have been there for a total of two weeks on your father in laws dime and pretend to be the expert.
You are so insecure. 🤡
Novichok 5 | 7761
16 Jun 2024 #40
Europe has many of not most of the world's major tourist attractions.

How many days should I reserve to visit all 1500 mosques in London?

Do they allow gays?

And you have been there for a total of two weeks

That's not fair...I spent 24 years there and 2 weeks in 2017. When threatened, I even speak the local language...

With all that I know nothing about the country and couldn't care less beyond that we have another vassal country to protect.
jon357 73 | 22638
16 Jun 2024 #41
act like youre an expert about the country

Yes, and the sad thing is that there are so many nice places in Poland to visit.

Kruszyniany and Bohoniki are a must,
Joker 2 | 2224
16 Jun 2024 #42
And you have been there for a total of two weeks

How would you know? I was there just there last year, but I dont tell AZholes like you my iteniary. Why dont you fly your imaginary Learjet over there! Hahaha

's Snitch attacking off-topic AGAIN.

And youre the only poster ever to have their reporting button taken away by Admin because you abused that as well!

Kruszyniany and Bohoniki are a must,

Zakopane was beautiful:)



johnny reb 47 | 7260
16 Jun 2024 #43
I was there just there last year,

So was I. 🤣
The last time you were there was years ago you claimed after three days you were ready to come home because it was so boring.

I had an extended stay and had a great time.
The Polish girl that I stayed with part of the time had to tell her neighbors that I was a relative from the U.S. visiting. Hoot !

I dont tell AZholes like you my iteniary.

It is spelled...."Itinerary" , Snitch.
I don't discuss mine either because then the peanut galley wants you to defend yourself and one question leads to another and another to diminish you.

F-em'.


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