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Theoretical Belarus, Poland Expediton

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Our family is considering visiting Belarus to visit the towns of our ancestors. We will be at least 8 people from a different households and we are all experienced travelers including the kids.

We also want to visit Krakow, as many of us have been there and liked the city and then Lobzenica, near Poznan for additional genealogical exploration.

We will need a guides that speaks English in both countries, except Krakow, who can even help us look through records. We have read some material on Belarus, but please let us know your experiences and impressions. It seems that bribery still exists. That the cuisine seems limited. And none of us have been in Poland for twenty years, so any comparisons to today would useful.

Thank you in advance for answers to these open ended questions. We will continue to do our travel and genealogical homework and the earliest the trip will be is summer 2017.

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