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On the plane to Poland! Posted by on May 31, 2017

Air travel enables you to get to the largest Polish cities quickly and comfortably. But flying can be stressful, we all know it! I have to say that I deal with flying really well, however my husband…not so much. Some people deal with a fear of flying, others can’t sleep or relax during long hours…

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Mother’s Day in Poland is celebrated on May 26th! Posted by on May 25, 2017

We already celebrated Mother’s Day (Dzień Matki) here in USA (which by the way was amazing – my girls and my husband filled my day with surprises, sweet thoughts, lots of hugs and kisses), but Mother’s Day in Poland is celebrated tomorrow, on May 26th! But what ever may be the date of Mother’s Day…

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Taking a cab in Poland Posted by on May 15, 2017

Traveling is so much fun! Traveling to and around Poland is easy, thanks to well-served airports in a number of cities, plus systems of trains, buses, taxis and ferries. You’ll have no problem reaching the major cities, and once there, you can get around relatively inexpensively. Taxis in most cities are easily available and not too expensive. Reliable…

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Shopping at a Polish grocery store Posted by on May 12, 2017

Visiting another country is so much fun! But sometimes it could get a little tricky if you don’t know the language. What if you have to do some grocery shopping? It seems easy, right…?  In most cases you will probably be able to take whatever you need from the shelves yourself, but there are the special…

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How to survive passport control and customs clearance in Polish Posted by on May 10, 2017

Poland is a member of the Schengen agreement, which allows U.S. citizens to enter the country for a period of 90 days without a visa. However, if you are planning on staying in Poland for longer than 90 days, attending school or working for a Polish company, you will need to acquire a visa before…

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