Notes from Europe: Plenty to see in Warsaw

May 7, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The York Daily Record

The cozy Old Town of Warsaw, Poland, includes carefully restored houses, Royal Castle, and the symbolic column of King Zygmunt III.

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Somehow, the author forgot to add, there are plenty of rabbit hutches built in Warsaw.
A real eyesore.
Adam

Mandan, ND

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Excellent post, thank you.
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AbeUG wrote:
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The author also forgot to say to stay away from your SLOvak ghetto Bratisloba.
Another thing best to avoid... roadside kielbasa vendors in New Jersey.

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