Warsaw is confusing

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So we got to Warsaw and had to find a ticket office to get to Krakow. Turns out thats really hard and noone speaks English at train stations. We had a really hard time and nobody could help us, they just kept pointing us to different ticket booths. Finally we caught a break and a nice Polish stranger did some translating for us and got us tickets for the right train, which was really awesome and helped us so much.
zaga says:
Those were probably gingerbreads :) they serve them on InterCity trains (btw, they come out awfully expensive taken the ticket price into account, haha). The best gingerbreads are made in a few cities in Europe, most famous are in Torun (north of Poland, Nicolas Copernicus' home town) and in a few cities in Germany :)
Posted on: Nov 29, 2007
lovely_lori88 says:
haha you know how you'll just be chilling out doing whatever and then you'll have a random memory from europe?? remember on the train from waraw to krakow we got those free cookies and they were the best cookies of ALL time!! and from then on we bought them in all the stores. i don't even remember what their called but they were all grahm crackery and had such goodness
Posted on: Oct 19, 2007
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