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Michael was the taxi driver we engaged for a half day out of Rzeszow. It was a short drive to Kolbuszowa, and he was as helpful as could be with his limited English. The hotel clerk said he enjoyed practicing his English, so he is enthusiastic about tourists like us. We all had lunch in a little neighborhood restaurant in Kolbuszowa..he helped us with the menu, and everyone seemed to get a bang out of these crazy Americans. They were so delighted to have us seeking out their little town. Michael was the first to find a gravestone w/ my family's name...he got right into the swing.
Updated Jul 21, 2009
You need to be careful when walking around the streets of Rzeszow. It's actually illegal to cross the road at points that are not designated crossing points. You can see the correct points designated by zebra style crossings, although cars don't have to stop when they see you waiting to cross. Always wait until the 'green man' comes on to advise you to cross the road. Crossing before this happens could also land you in trouble with the police.
Although generally roads in Rzeszow in main areas are quite good, the roads and pathways the less busy parts of Rzeszow are not very well maintained. Always take care walking the streets, its very easy to trip on a loose paving slab or broken tarmac. I know from experience.
Written Nov 28, 2005
Solina lake is the place, where I am trying to be at each holiday. It is just 3 hours by coach (PKS) or 1,5h by car. Most of people come and basically enjoy their times at the beaches or in the pubs. But if you know how to run a boat,you can experience sailing from POlanczyk village, to Chrewt or to Solina village. There are some touritships alternatively. There is something for the pub crawlers as well, lot of open - air parties, and some pubs and discos as well. Energetyk's island is a place where I usually put up my tent. Nice climat and 'real' sailing culture.
Written Aug 26, 2002