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FOOD: No, the Poles invented it …

NOT THE FRENCH OR THE AMERICANS! The foot-long, open-face Baguette, covered with amazing delicacies, toasted and served in two halves was founded ages ago in Warsaw. They call it „Zapiekanka“ and the traditional one is with cheese, mushrooms and ketchup. But there are further variations with ham (or other meats), vegetable, pineapple, olives and Feta. … Weiterlesen »

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TRAVEL Finally There Is a Usable Map …

I KNOW I’M IN COMMON WATER! There is no one out there who hasn’t cursed the traditional road maps. The usual ones, the ordinaries, the one which grow into a wad after more than one use. Unfold them, try to find what you are looking for – and by simply unfolding or re-folding it, it … Weiterlesen »

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