|Re: Taxis||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Elaine H Allen (captallen1gmail.com)|
|Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2018 09:52:36 -0700 (PDT)|
Dear Mr. Oren,
I read your information about taxis in Warsaw, but what really got my interest was your mention of smartphone access. Might you write a bit about cell phones in Poland, ie which international plan seems to work best, should we bring our own phones or get disposable ones, questions like that and any ones I have not thought of.
Also, I will be going on to Ukraine if you have any additional information pertaining to phone usage there.
Thank you in advance,
“You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.” -Winston Churchill
On Thu, Mar 22, 2018 at 1:43 AM, Dan Oren <doren [at] aya.yale.edu> wrote:
Dear Listserv Members:Your dedicated moderator has asked me to post occasional “information” announcements to this group, so I am pleased to offer another one.I've been asked a question about taxis, and will offer my experience here... Most taxis in Poland don’t take debit cards. And many don’t take credit cards, either. So, outside of the major airport pick-up points, arrive at the taxi prepared with cash. From Warsaw Chopin airport, people will have the best luck (and get the most honorable drivers) if they use SUPER, SAWA, or ELE which are the ones at the taxi stand. Show your credit card right away to the driver before getting in to be sure he (usually it's a he) will take it. (Avoid changing cash at the airport; rates there tend to be terrible.) Also, cashless Uber is available in both Warsaw and Krakow for those with smartphone access in Poland.Sincerely,Dan Oren,Woodbridge, Connecticut USA
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