- Hi Stephanie I invite you to get in touch with our Kresy-Siberia Foundation staff in Warsaw, headed by group member Aneta Hoffmann. Though Kresy-SiberiaMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 7, 2011View SourceHi StephanieI invite you to get in touch with our Kresy-Siberia Foundation staff in Warsaw, headed by group member Aneta Hoffmann.Though Kresy-Siberia started as simply an e-mail discussion list, in the background there are full-time people working on our websites and Virtual Museum to support our mission. It would be great if you had the chance to say hello to them in our office, which is located just next to the Royal Castle in Warsaw's Old Town.The contact details are:Fundacja Kresy-Syberiaul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 64, 00-322 WarszawaTel +48 22 556 9055Cell: +48 502 870 596Let us know how you go!Stefan
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Subject: [Kresy-Siberia] Alone in Warsaw
From: "Stephanie" <ssreeve@...>
Date: Fri, July 08, 2011 10:27 am
My husband and I will be traveling to Warsaw for the first time next week, en route to a wedding in Sweden. We only have three days there, however my husband just found out that he has to be in the middle east for a meeting Tues-Wed!
So, that leaves me solo in Warsaw for two days and two nights. . .
Although I've done alot of traveling, I do not speak a word of Polish and know no-one in the city.
I know it is very short notice, but can anyone recommend a good tour company who could show me around the city? I have looked online, but not sure which one I can trust to be reputable.
Also, as this trip was booked only recently, there has not been sufficient time to prepare anything regarding research on my family ties there, but if anyone knows of any genealogical sites or organizations that I could visit there, I'd greatly appreciate anything you can pass along.
Stephanie (Szwarce) Reeve
- Stephanie. My cousin does this for a living....working as a tour guide. He speaks English very well. I don t know which company he works for, or whether or notMessage 2 of 4 , Jul 8, 2011View SourceStephanie. My cousin does this for a living....working as a tour guide.
He speaks English very well. I don't know which company he works for, or
whether or not he's home at the moment, as he travels worldwide with the
But if you could get him, you'd know he would be honest. Plus. He's very
I'll send you his contact information privately.
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- We had a lovely private guide and translator a few years ago during our first trip to Warsaw, who was referred to us by the concierge at the Bristol Hotel. SheMessage 3 of 4 , Jul 8, 2011View Source
We had a lovely private guide and translator a few years ago during our first trip to Warsaw, who was referred to us by the concierge at the Bristol Hotel. She also does genealogical research in Poland.
I’m not sure if she is still doing tour guiding, but please feel free to contact her to inquire – if she can’t do it, maybe she can refer you to someone. Her name is Jadwiga Weralska. The last email address I have is jweralska@... .
Another suggestion is to call or email the concierge at your hotel for assistance in finding a guide.
Warsaw’s a wonderful city, and I’m sure you’ll have a great time! Good luck.
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