We’re excited to have a travel-related post today from one of our new interns, Robert:
Dzień dobry! Witam serdecznie w Polsce! (Good day! I warmly welcome you to
|Lublin's Cracow Gate|
Co można tam zobaczyć? (What can you see there?)
|The Royal Castle of Lublin, now home to a museum.|
|Visitors can enjoy the quiet countryside just outside the city.|
My memories of
Side dishes usually include bright and refreshing cabbage salads mixed with carrots, beets, pickles, cucumbers, radishes, and, of course, potato pancakes. Travelers can also sample hearty sour cream and onion salads, a variety of soups including rich and luxurious goulash, reviving deep red borsch, and warm pierogi filled with everything from fruit to cheese and mushrooms. Bigos is another popular local and national dish, a stew of sausage, cabbage, tomatoes, pepper and carrots that mix together in a satisfying, spicy blend. And of course, all of this must be enjoyed with the best Polish beers: Tyskie, Warka, Żywiec, Okocim, and the delicious beer made in
Here are some phrases to help you get started:
How do I get to …?
Jak dostać się do...
The Golden Donkey
Is the museum / gallery free?
Czy muzeum / galeria darmo?
How much are tickets?
Ile kosztują bilety?
I’d like to order …Chcialbym zamowic ...
Beef CutletKotlet schabowy
Bigos (sausage and vegetable stew)
Borscht (beet soup)
Goulash (spicy beef stew)
What beer do you recommend?Jakie piwo polecacie?
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