Thank's to everyone who has replied to date All i need now is to book some flight's to Katowice(Poland) So if there anyone out there that might know the cheapst way from Cork(Ireland) it would be most appreciated,Hotel's,Taxis etc...My appointment is 30/11/09.Ihope Dr Simka can do something for me.I beleive he can/will
PS:Michelle,NYC is still in the pipe line,i'll see how this goes first.
Dr. Simka is very nice. Unfortunately (or fortunately) he has a lot of work actually so he doesn't answer mails as quickly as in September when he did my scans. He used to reply me within hours.
He did my scan at the hospital in Tychy but actually he seems to do the examination in Studzionka (located between Pszczyna and Jastrzebie, a bit south from Katowice). So I know only some hotels in Tychy.
Polish taxis are a lot more cheaper than in Germany (and probably in Ireland). Driving to the hospital only coasted for me about 3,20 Euros (4 Zlotys equals 1 Euro). Moreover the taxi drivers are nice, honest and on time. You will find out that these often racist jokes about all Polish being criminals and making their livings in stealing cars are absolutely wrong. People there are very nice, helpful and polite (and even the landscape looked cleaner than in "tidy" Germany).
Especially younger people understand some english whereas the older ones often understand german. But in any case it is good to know some basical polish. People tend to be more open-hearted if you can say hello and thanks in polish.
Hope this helps!
Erika told us that she stayed at
http://hotelarena.com.pl/arena/index_en.php in Tychy (?)
There is a Hotel in Pszczyna called Hotel Piaskowy. You can look for it by Google.
You will find a train timetable at:
You will find a bus timetable from Krakov at:
I hope that all these informations can help you to plan your travel.
Fist of all, I would like to express my gratitude to everybody in this forum. I have learnt a lot reading hundreds of your posts. So many thanks to you, Fernando, and Juan, for your translations. So many thanks to Joan for everything she is doing. So many thanks to Erika for all the practical informations she gave us. So many thanks to the webmaster of CCSVI site. So many thanks to Gici and Rici and Ana and Radeck and Sharon and mrhodes40 and cureorburst and...the rest of members of this forum. You can not imagine how usefull is the information you provide to us, the begginers.
I am not a MS'er. It is a member of my family and we will visit Dr. Simka next December.
Hi everybody,Edser wrote:Adres
Klinika Chirurgii Naczyniowej i Endowaskularnej "Euromedic"
Katowice ul Głowackiego 10
it is ul (street) Bartosza Glowackiego 10.
So, do not forget the Bartosza!
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