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In the morning of my last day in Warsaw a guy came up to me in the hostel. He had left his computer charger behind and was wondering if he could borrow mine. I said OK and he left his laptop charging at the front desk. About an hour later he came back and said that it still wasn't fully charged. I pointed to an outlet and said he could charge it there. He said he'd really like to charge it in his room. Not wanting someone to walk off with my charger I said "you can charge it here."...

I have a confession. This is a trip I want to have done. That's not to say that it's not something I want to be doing. But I wish I had already done it already. That I had traveled throughout my 20s. That I didn't waste away so much time doing nothing. That now that I'm 30 I could hang up the photos from my European adventures in the cute condo I share with my husband. ...

Warsaw is an interesting place. It's both so full of history and so brand new at the same time. Walking around the old town almost feels like walking around a Disney park, like it was made to look old but was all really built in the 1960s. I spent my first full day walking around the old town, visiting the castle, and wandering a couple of parks....