Thank you for contacting me. I am very interested in bringing more of Europe to my readers as I contribute to several travel publications including a Russian-language newspaper in San Francisco, and I know that Europe is my readers' primary travel destination. My recent trip to Vienna and East Germany resulted in several stories in the making, and I surely hope to visit Poland soon (Been to Warsaw long ago, never to Gdansk). Please write to my personal email: email@example.com with further correspondence.
This one would be good. I have a problem just lifting material and republishing from About.com, even though I know it is an excellent site. My original or featured posts and articles need to be original. Direct recipes from chefs or cooks work. I'd rather feature them and link to their sites. You could send the email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi, thanks for the ad. I would be happy to feature you as a guest blogger if you would like to send a recipe, photo/jpeg of it, and history of the dish. I would also like to feature a little about you, your photo and website.
Dzień dobry, Margaret! Tak, mówię trochę języka czeskiego, bo mieszkał w Pradze na okres jednego roku. W tym czasie pojechałem do Krakowa, który kocham. Ponieważbyłem mały, zawsze byłem zafascynowany Gdańsku, więc mam nadzieję, że w przyszłości będę tam. W międzyczasie, miło cię poznać! (Można winić gramatyki na Google Translate!)
Yes, I would like to learn more about Eastern Europe. I put together small group, in-depth tours, and Poland would be a good destination to consider. Is it possible to rent a villa in a convenient location from which to go on day trips? That is my typical M.O. -- rent cars and take off each day to explore. I do it in Tuscany and France now, and would like to find other locations for this type of travel. It is mostly self-guided; however a city guide is helpful for certain points of interest.
That is great, Margaret, and thanks for bringing Anna on board. I think our members will be very interested to hear about Gdansk, as it is not a well known part of Poland for North Americans in particular (which is half of our membership).
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