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Improve languages by my kids , daugther Julia 7 y.o. and son Norbert 16 y.o.,meet new people, exchange kids and family.
I prefer if my guests stay with us a bit longer, few days or 1 week, not only 1-2 nights.
I WOULD LIKE SAY THANK YOU ALL PEOPLE FROM BERLIN WHO HOSTED ME THIS SUMMER 2015.!!!!!!!
I am easy going positive thinker. Usually I catch what the life brings, but also there are certain areas I like to plan :) I love traveling, meeting people and doing something exciting especially unexpected. There are many things that interests me and I am getting involved easily in new activities.
How to get to my home from Warsaw Central or from the airport
From the airport: 5 minutes by foot to the train station.From the station take the S2 train to Sulejowek Milosna through Rembertow. This way takes about 50 minutes.
From the city centre of Warsaw: from Srodmiescie station take the S2 train from platform 1 or 2, about 20 minutes,get off in Rembertow,then take bus number 153,right beside the playground,and go to the last bus stop,Kolonia Rembertow 3 minutes. The S2 train leaves twice an hour, 28 minutes past the hour,or 58 minutes past the hour.I live 200 meters from the Kolonia Rembertow bus stop.
Rembertow area is still first zone,from Center you need 20 min ticket, price is under 1 euro- 3,40 polish zlotych.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I have made very good CS experience until now, and I would get some more!
I enjoy different cultures, different views, style lives, like to discuss things and read between the lines. Enjoy dancing, reading books, good off movies, theatre, biking and good company
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I have two kids
What I Can Share with Hosts
If you stay 1 or 2 days in Warsaw check this website - warsawnow.pl and
warsawnow.pl/ english- version
Countries I’ve Visited
Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Gibraltar, Italy, Morocco, Slovakia, Spain, Tunisia, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In