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Pierogi, poppyseed cake and Polish connections

Those of you who have read the “About” me section on this blog will know that my father was Polish.  Although I didn’t visit Poland until I was an adult, and don’t speak the language, I do feel a great attachment to Poland.  373 more words

Food And Drink

Colors of the Fall: Part III - A Walk in the Park

I am posting more pictures of the Fall – I have taken so many!  This time the photos were taken in a park in Zwierzyniec.

Photography

Exploring Krakow, Poland: The City of Resilience

When I decided to go to Poland, I did not know what to expect. There are not as many travel guides available as there are for popular cities in Europe like London, Amsterdam and Rome. 848 more words

Travel

Poland's Petrony throws 4 TDs

POLAND, Ohio (WYTV) – POLAND, Ohio (WYTV) – Since losing a week five match up with Hubbard (54-28), the Bulldogs have been playing perfect football as they’ve now won their last four after tonight’s 30-8 victory over East. 273 more words

Youngstown

5 (+1) more things about Poland

Hello there, ready to hear some more about Poland? It’s already my second month here, so I would like to share some more little details about my experiences. 599 more words

Personal

Caramels and Apple

They should make weather protection for eyes–something apart from aviation goggles.

Every morning, the wind is colder than the day before, and it makes my eyes water.  593 more words

Poland

Chmielnitzky Peasant uprising, the Arendasi and historical narratives

“The Holocaust museum is beautiful, and the message ‘never to forget man’s inhumanity to man’ is timeless. The children’s museum is particularly heart-wrenching; in a dark room filled with candles and mirrors, the names of Jewish children who perished in the Holocaust are read aloud with their places of birth.

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Erasure