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Apr052018

LAX to Poland $545-$585 August

Star Alliance and Oneworld both have several cities in Poland priced in mid-$500s for travel beginning in mid-August. LOT Polish flies nonstop LAX to Warsaw and ticket prices are slightly higher at $600 or so to fly LOT. American/Finnair/British Airways are lowest ticket prices, closely followed by United Airlines. LAX – Gdansk GDN $545 Aug…

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Dec042017

My Marriott Year In Review before MegaBonus ends

Marriott sent me an email today titled Your Account: See Your 2017 Year in Review. I earned 50 Marriott Rewards points so far in 2017. I don’t even bother with the free social media point giveaways. Marriott actually took me to 2 cities in 2017. Pilsen, Czech Republic on a 2-night reward stay last July…

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Nov182017

Winter travel in Europe packing light

Winter in Europe was appealing travel for me when I flew San Francisco to Copenhagen, then visited Malmo, Sweden; Prague, Czech Republic; Wroclaw and Krakow, Poland; Stockholm, Sweden in January 2017. Sure, the weather can be bitterly cold, but some days can also be brilliantly clear skies for wonderful photo opportunities. The crowds might be…

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Aug242017

Charmed by Gdansk

Gdansk charmed me to such a degree on my first visit in February 2017 that I went again with my wife in June.  This city of 400,000+ is a Baltic seaport town and a strengthening tourism magnet for its Old Town environment. Old Town Gdansk is a densely touristed compact space filled with centuries old…

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Jul102017

Gdansk Poland pub crawl in beer photos

You might think I spend all my time in pubs from my trip reports out of Gdansk and Krakow, Poland. Of course, I don’t. I go back to my hotel each night for sleep. Seriously though, I like European lager beer and in Poland the beer is cheaper than buying a bottle of water in…

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Jul082017

Cheap Eats Dining in Poland

I love to cook my own meals. The cost of dining out in restaurants in the USA is a wasteful overspend most Americans make rather than cooking their own meals. That is a realization I made in the 1980s when I used my first computer to keep track of all our expenses. Shifting nearly all…

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