Tag Archives: Warsaw

Warsaw’s impressive skyline


  As the photograph above shows, Warsaw, Poland’s skyline, which used to be dominated by one building on the left side of the picture, has grown extensively in recent years. Very impressive!

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From John Lennon to Mozart – airports named for famous musicians


This blogpost is not about a new game akin to musical chairs, though given the number of commercial airports around some cities, musical airports might be a game some travelers must play on occasion.  Instead, it is about those commercial … Continue reading

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