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    FRIENDS OF POLAND
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    A free, friendly, non-commercial e-mail discussion list for English-speaking residents and visitors of Poland. ..this includes Polish people!!!

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    poor link, doesn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moskiter View Post
    poor link, doesn't work.
    If you receive Poland temporary residence permit from BON.LT, you will can live, work and do business in Poland. Moreover, having Poland’s residence permit you can travel through all Schengen area. We offer immigration services through new company registration or you canbuy already established company in Poland.

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    I heard that Hel (northside of Poland) is nice , but expensive..
    Any info about that? , Have you ever been there?

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    Hel is sea resort. Could be expensive.

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    Hel is situated in northern part of Poland, on the tip of the Hel Peninsula and some 34 kilometres from the Polish mainland. There are other seaside towns on the peninsula, including the famous Jurata (10 km) where Polish presidents spend their holidays, Jastarnia (13 km), Kuznica (20 km), and Chalupy (25 km) where windsurfers can enjoy the best winds in this part of Europe.
    There is a promenade in the centre, with many amazing small cafes in the fishing style to encourage you take long walks down there. The harbour now serves primarily as a yacht marina, but you can sail to Tricity from there as well. Hel offers full time relaxion on the beaches and famous seal centre, only one in Poland. Nice place to relax with historical soul.

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    Would like to visit one day.

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    I love Poland!

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    Wroclaw old centre is well worth a visit, lovely university town, clean, nice interesting buildings, pleasant squares. It has many bars and restaurants people are helpful, friendly and very reasonably priced - a very nice experience for a city break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maleth View Post
    Wroclaw old centre is well worth a visit, lovely university town, clean, nice interesting buildings, pleasant squares. It has many bars and restaurants people are helpful, friendly and very reasonably priced - a very nice experience for a city break.
    I'm glad you had a good trip. So far Poland is inexpensive. Usually my dollar stretches 3 time farther for local services like restaurants and hotels, comparing what I would pay here in Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeBrok View Post
    I'm glad you had a good trip. So far Poland is inexpensive. Usually my dollar stretches 3 time farther for local services like restaurants and hotels, comparing what I would pay here in Canada.
    Thanks Lebrok, sure did and all smooth going. Its inexpensive even for us, but we have been told that the prices seem to be rising every year. I guess that will happen with better wages - kind of evolution. It seems that not many are eager to adopt the Euro saying it would push prices up. However we had the same issues and price difference in my opinion was not too bad after the introduction of the Euro locally. It seems there is an upbeat and positive atmosphere which feels good.

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