7 Traditional Polish Dishes For Less Than $5 Each

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If you are a travel foodie and Poland is your next travel destination, I have some good news for you. Firstly, Polish cuisine is extremely delicious and varied. Once you sit down at the table, you will not want to stop discovering new flavours! You will fall in love with the fresh Polish bread with sunflower seeds, sour cream, cottage cheese, mushrooms, dumplings and traditional Polish sausages. Secondly, you will …

The second most interesting wall in the world, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

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It may not be visible from the moon (although that is just a myth about the great wall of China too!!) and it may not span the width of a country, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in character! Five Dollar Traveller spends a day walking around the walls of Dubrovnik in Croatia and then soaks up some ambience hanging out in this well preserved, UNESCO …

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Drinking the Das Boot Beer in under 10 minutes (Rhodes, Greece) – With Video

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The five dollar travellers love a beer challenge! As far as marketing goes, the 2 litre boot in Rhodes has to be the best one we’ve found so far (2010), but our search is perpetual… The massive boot just looks awesome, and drinking all that cold lager at speed is harder than you’d think! A serious beer needs a serious face 2 Litres… thats just under 4 pints. We were …

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How to time travel back to the 12th Century – Tallin, Estonia

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Its not a Hollywood set, its very much a real and historical town that is still lived in today. Tallin is like the fantasy land of fairy tales, with history dating back over 5000 years and medieval building as old as 1050AD, you can see why this UNESCO site is something very special. Very few town in Europe can be seen and visited with so many well preserved building of …