My experience with Poland started back in 1987 when I arrived in Warsaw to visit a friend of mine whom I had first met in New York while we were both students at Hunter College. There was something about that morning which I will never forget as I got of the train at Warsaw’s Central train station which was and is still called “Warszawa Centralna”. My friend, a girl from Warsaw whose name I do not disclose told me she would be there waiting for me at the station when my train arrived and true to her word there she was.My first impressions of Warsaw were not particularly memorable or innumerable for that matter as this city seemed like any other though in many ways there was a mood about the city that reminded my of Budapest; another city behind the “iron curtain”. Warsaw upon stepping out of the train station I noticed also had streetcars, and very small cars with most of them being of a particular model which was the “Polski Fiat”, (Polish Fiat) which I would find out was by far Poland’s best selling at the time.My friend took me to the apartment she and her parents… Read full this story
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