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9200 W. Cermack Road & 17th Avenue

Decorated war veteran Walter Sawa opened Sawa’s Old Warsaw in Broadview, IL, 1973. Over 30 years later, the restaurant is as popular as ever serving up great tasting Polish - American cuisine.

Founder Walter Sawa was a pork butcher in Poland until 1939. He then went on to serve his country in World War II, receiving medals of Honor from both the Polish and British army’s. Sawa escaped from a prisoner of war camp and lived in Scotland before immigrating to the United States with his wife and son in 1948.

In the early 1960’s, Walter opened several restaurants in the Chicago area, the first being Warszawinka. The restaurants featured homemade Polish dishes like pierogi, Polish sausage, roast duck and cabbage rolls. In 1973 Walter opened the Sawa’s Old Warsaw in Broadview because of the diverse ethnic background of the community.

Just like when the restaurant opened, the Polish – American style smorgasbord is still the feature cuisine.

Sawa's Old Warsaw is now run by Walter Sawa's son, Stuart. The restaurant has become an icon of the Broadview community.

Pacet forest is very beautiful and the access leading to it is not hard because a lot of freight that can facilities place. But do not be surprised because every car park entrance to the site will be washed by those who deliberately seek his fortune in a way forced or bad peoples. I've got after it a walk around the jungle leeches and come right back to the car with a young man asking money from washing my car, but I never ask to wash in the end I paid 30,000 rupiah(3 dollars) but also my husband bargain to 5000 rupiah (5 cent) only after all finally he would also face sullen. lol

 

Surabaya - Pacet is a district in Mojokerto. Sub is located in Mojokerto east, bordering Trawas District in the east, north Kutorejo District, District Gondang in the western and southern regions bordering forests Stone.

 

Leeches are about 600 meters above sea level (masl). It puts Pacet as a tourist area that needs to be taken into account in East Java. The hot spring pool (Padusan) has been known as the flagship attraction of forest air cool it.

 

However, not only Padusan Pacet, there are several new attractions (development), which generally utilize the gift of the Almighty, the beautiful nature, such as white water rafting (rafting) contained in Pacet. Waterfalls and ecotourism is another option for lovers of natural scenery is cool and pollution free.

 

Being slightly above Pacet is Forest Park People (Tahura) R Soerjo the road (macadam) is the pass to Cangar (thermal baths) to the City Tourism New. Tahura inhabited variety of beautiful animals with various shady forest trees and several waterfalls.

 

Wet tropical rain forest area covering 27,868.30 hectares in the four-county region, namely Malaysia, Jombang, Mojokerto and Pasuruan and one city, namely Batu.

 

R Soerjo Forest Park is a nature conservation area primarily used for the purpose of collection of plants or animals are natural or artificial, native or non-native, are utilized for the benefit of research, science, education, support cultivation, culture, tourism and recreation in Forest group Arjuno Lalijiwo.

 

Tahura down is still beautiful and quite natural which is a source of water for most of East Java, as it is the main source of this Bratas, an unforgettable experience.

 

Diverse flora and fauna along the way so unique and interesting that unfortunately if pass up. Bahakn in a particular segment, dozens of monkeys can be found on the side of the road "greet" visitors.

 

To enjoy Tahura R Soerjo (East Java Governor's first independence era) with two-or four-wheeled vehicles, can travel through two pathways, namely from the Pacet, Mojokerto and from Stone Town. Tahura which is about 70 km from the city of Surabaya and 37 km from the city of Malang. Should be pursued through Stone Town.

 

The reason, some roads, especially after the hot springs Cangar (from the City of Stone 19 km), only three meters wide and his condition is not good, enough potholes to climb cornering sharply.

 

However, when taken from Stone Town along the 19 km nets five meters wide and the condition of the asphalt (hot mix) is smooth. While of course Pacet rada ugly.

 

Benefits achieved through the Stone, declined relative path, while from the opposite direction Pacet uphill, so take a little extra adrenaline.

 

When the direction of Stone, along the way greeted plantation panorama vegetables (potatoes, carrots, peppers, cauliflower, cabbage), fruit (apples and oranges) and a variety of flowers such as roses, chrysanthemums, dahlias, orchids belonging to the community.

 

Meanwhile, when Pacet direction, along the way offered shade of tropical forests with several waterfalls and streams as well as various birds chirp and other wildlife sounds.

 

Some parts of the tourists and the students used for jogging, camping, "tracking", climb to "outbound" or courtship.

 

By page Tahura R Soerjo, biodiversity collections owned plants / flora was 136 species, among others, the type Tree: Cypress Mountain (Casuarina Junghuhniana) Kukrup (Engelhardia spicata) Post (Quercus sundaicus) Treteh (Ficus sp) Close (Macaranga sp) Anggrung (Trema Orientalist) Kebek (Ficus Padana) Cemberit (Tabernaemontana Sphaercarpa) Epek (Ficus sp) keputh (Buddleja Asiantica Lour).

 

Plants Down, among others orchid (Cymbidium Simulans Rofle.) Bamboo (Bambusa sp.) Ciplukan (Physalis peruviana) Edelwis (Analpalis javanica) Lempuyangan (Globba Marantina L.) Meniran Red (Phyllantus urinary) Mount Paku (Pteris Sp) Ensure Kebo (Euphorbia Hirta) Sembung Forest (Blumea Lacera (Burm F.) DC.) Wedusan (Ageratum Conyzoides)

 

Meanwhile, animals (mammals), among others, Alap-alap crested (Accipiter Trivigatus) Alap-alap mouse / white (Elanus Hypoleuscus) Squirrels (Sejuridae) black Kera (Trachypitthesus auratus) Javan Hawk (Spizaetus bartelsi) gray monkey (Macaca fascicularis) Hedgehogs (Histryx brachura)

 

For these types of animals (reptiles), among others, Sawa Snake (Python Reticulatus) species of (aves), among others. Jungle fowl (Gallus Verius) Kutilang (Pycnonotus aurigaster).

 

Other objects

 

In addition, the appropriate attraction for the family also built the "Pacet Park", where tourist sites are the gate marked with a giant dragon statue serves a variety of activities "bond out" starting a swimming pool, "flaying fox" fishing pond, vehicles and a variety of games or browse the "game" for kids.

 

For the "flaying fox" there are two options, namely a distance of about 50 meters with a height of 10 meters specifically for children, while capable of adrenaline diketinggian 25 meters with the distance of 100 meters, is devoted to youth and adults.

 

Pacet Park Entrance is only Rp15 thousand per person, while to enjoy a variety of games each "game" cost only Rp 5 thousand to Rp 10 thousand.

 

Pacet besides the tourist area is also quite fertile agricultural region, as it is located between three volcanoes. Pacet once one of the largest garlic producing areas in East Java after Stone, before the rampant invasion of garlic imported from China are cheaper.

 

This fertile area has now also managed to ecotourism, ie picking strawberries or tilapia fish, tilapia, tombro (carp) and pomfret.

 

There are two fishing locations, catch can be enjoyed in the form of grilled or fried fish served with chili sauce and various vegetables. If not satisfied, could bring fresh fish catch, of course, be weighed and paid for in advance, cost about Rp20 thousand (carp and tilapia) to Rp 35 thousand / kg (tilapia and pomfret).

 

Tourist attractions Rafting - Rafting Pacet officially operational in March 2010, with the location "basecamp" in the nature pendulum, and Pacet Rafting river used to conduct tours River rafting is Kromong.

 

Only the cost of rafting Rp150 thousand per person, we can feel the thrill of white water rafting rafting in slugs with a package that is about two miles and takes about an hour, the cost includes the facility of insurance, rafting equipment, guides in each raft, and eating day

 

Meanwhile, if you want to experience white water rafting in slugs rafting with longer distances and longer periods of time, just pay Rp200 thousand per person.

 

For business stays, Pacet available in the budget class hotel at a rate of 50 thousand / night up to four-star hotels (Sativa Sanggarloka) which cost a minimum of Rp450 thousand / night. Want to choose which one? (*)

 

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Sawa's Old Warsaw Restaurant History

 

Decorated war veteran Walter Sawa opened Sawa’s Old Warsaw in Broadview, IL, 1973. Over 30 years later, the restaurant is as popular as ever serving up great tasting Polish - American cuisine.

Founder Walter Sawa was a pork butcher in Poland until 1939. He then went on to serve his country in World War II, receiving medals of Honor from both the Polish and British army’s. Sawa escaped from a prisoner of war camp and lived in Scotland before immigrating to the United States with his wife and son in 1948.

  

In the early 1960’s, Walter opened several restaurants in the Chicago area, the first being Warszawinka. The restaurants featured homemade Polish dishes like pierogi, Polish sausage, roast duck and cabbage rolls. In 1973 Walter opened the Sawa’s Old Warsaw in Broadview because of the diverse ethnic background of the community.

 

Just like when the restaurant opened, the Polish – American style smorgasbord is still the feature cuisine.

  

Sawa's Old Warsaw is now run by Walter Sawa's son, Stuart. The restaurant has become an icon of the Broadview community. Several community organizations gather at the restaurant for meetings, parties and of course, the great food!

 

Come and join us! Plan your next family dinner or group get-together at Sawa’s Old Warsaw, 708 343.9040.

 

www.sawasoldwarsaw.com

    

sunset a few minutes later

the view from my cabin on a hazy morning

sun setting over my cabin in Sawa Camp, outside Nuweiba. Grass huts on a white sand beach on the Red Sea...

Sawa Beach camp, our last stop in Egypt.

Identifier: rockiesofcanad00wilc

Title: The Rockies of Canada;

Year: 1909 (1900s)

Authors: Wilcox, Walter Dwight, 1869- [from old catalog]

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66 ur va netalur abst our camp in s of mountain re were, , one of which, a •ff with shrill vpen woods, When We Were \G.*ant Steps Falls, hardly eatable, tlhighly as an artilittle rodeseven- inceatthi awing lance, butex- it* Lhey areegard theni; interesting■ called the appro. ■ y dart awa isic is a dis autiful the mo i ate le of his id so to

 

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Gbe Dalle? in XKHinter 67 Our chief adventures in Paradise Valley were thesuccessful ascent of two unclimbed peaks, Mt. Aber-deen and Mt. Temple, an account of which will begiven elsewhere. At the end of summer we hadpretty well explored about fifty square miles aroundLake Louise and were enabled to make a map of thisbeautiful region. One by one the members of our party were com-pelled to bid farewell to the glories of the Rockies.I remained later to finish some details of surveywork, and early in October made a final expeditionwith Mr. Astley to bring back our tent from ParadiseValley. A light snow covered the ground in pro-tected places, and the large stream of Paradise Valleyhad fallen so much that its rocky bed proved thesafest route for our pack-horse. On our way we sawa fine herd of mountain goats, a species of antelopelike the chamois of Switzerland. Our camp was buried in snow, the ridge-pole ofthe tent broken with the heavy burden, and every-thing so much changed in appearanc

  

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9200 W. Cermack Road & 17th Avenue

Decorated war veteran Walter Sawa opened Sawa’s Old Warsaw in Broadview, IL, 1973. Over 30 years later, the restaurant is as popular as ever serving up great tasting Polish - American cuisine.

Founder Walter Sawa was a pork butcher in Poland until 1939. He then went on to serve his country in World War II, receiving medals of Honor from both the Polish and British army’s. Sawa escaped from a prisoner of war camp and lived in Scotland before immigrating to the United States with his wife and son in 1948.

In the early 1960’s, Walter opened several restaurants in the Chicago area, the first being Warszawinka. The restaurants featured homemade Polish dishes like pierogi, Polish sausage, roast duck and cabbage rolls. In 1973 Walter opened the Sawa’s Old Warsaw in Broadview because of the diverse ethnic background of the community.

Just like when the restaurant opened, the Polish – American style smorgasbord is still the feature cuisine.

Sawa's Old Warsaw is now run by Walter Sawa's son, Stuart. The restaurant has become an icon of the Broadview community.

 

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Goodbye Sawa camp, and Egypt.

Viewing Raicho-sawa camp site from Betsu-san Nori-Koshi

The only reason I got up on our first morning in Nuweiba was to see this. The second morning was overcast and socked in. So glad I got up!

 

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This is the entrance to wonderful Sawa Camp (Sawa means "together" in Arabic), where Matt and I spent five glorious days doing nothing but reading beside the beach.

This was the camp we stayed in. Dig the huts, pretty awesome! Two days here was not enough.

 

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Sawa Beach Camp - our simple huts (probably not rain proof but thankfully not a problem for us!)

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Title: Bushy : a romance founded on fact

Year: 1896 (1890s)

Authors: Alden, Cynthia May Westover, 1862-

Subjects: Frontier and pioneer life -- Rocky Mountains Rocky Mountains -- Fiction

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swing-ing back and forth, would not keep warm, and herfeet were now so cold they pained her every timeshe moved them. At last in the distance she sawa faint outUne of the camp, for the moon was look-ing out through the heavy clouds and gave adim light. Next appeared the gHmmer of thecamp-fire. Oh, how far away it seemed to Bushy,now crying in earnest ! Her feet had grown numband her eyes so heavy that she thought she wouldnever get there. She was about to sit dovv^n again when shethought she heard her fathers voice close besideher say, in tones of reproach: All depends on you,Bushy. She started on again, but how she madethe last few yards she never knew. Next day Mr. Robinson, whose camp she hadgone to, told her father all about it. You see I was waked up by hearing a kind ofthump against the cabin. I thought it was our olddog Spot. It was such a tarnation cold night thatI hadnt the heart to keep him out. I got up to callhim, and there lay your Bushy in a heap in the snow.at my feet.

 

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SHE THOUGHT SHE HEARD HER FATHER SAY, ALL DEPENDS ONYOU, BUSHY. THE NEW Y PUBLIC lib: AS-TOR, LTiLDEiN fL BUSHY 43 I knew something must be awfully wrong. Iwas skeared out of my wits, and gave a halloo thatraised the whole camp. We soon had some brandydown her little throat, which brought her to herselfa bit. She said Padre ! Great Pine Mine ! Snow-slide ! Great guns ! It took the boys just twominutes to be on the way. One of the men rubbedher hands, gave her more brandy, then wrapped herup in a blanket, and with the help of another fellow,carried her back. They found Ned where Bushyhad left him tied to a tree, after which it was easyto reach the camp, and your Tom took care of her. He brushed his coat-sleeve across his eyes as hesaid: Shes a kid in ten million, she is ! The relief party soon had the mine opened andthe men rescued, but had it not been for Bushysbrave little heart they might all have perished be-neath the snow-slide. CHAPTER VI Some time after Bushy had helped save the

  

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Sick As We Are/S.A.W.A punk festival, July 2014

Sawa Beach Camp - the restaurant and lounge area

Red Sea. Gulf of Aqaba. Sawa Camp. Kate, Sarah, Halina.

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Title: In the uttermost East, being an account of investigations among the natives and Russian convicts of the island of Sakhalin, with notes of travel in Korea, Siberia, and Manchuria

Year: 1903 (1900s)

Authors: Hawes, Charles Henry, 1867-1943

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. In the even-ing, therefore, he made offeringof more, and lay down pretend-ing to sleep. Keeping carefulbut unsuspected watch, he sawa Gilyak come forward and takethe cakes and eat them; so hecalled out, What are you doing?Let the god eat them ! Where-upon the Gilyak, as may beimagined, was highly offended. As a rule, offerings weremade in the open air, alwayson deserting our camp-fires, and left for the consumptionof the deity. Not only were they the gods due, but thefulfilment of the rite brought good luck, and the omissionill-luck. All misfortunes are attributed to the anger ofthe god. If the Gilyak is unconscious of guilt, then itmust have been some of his kindred who provoked thegod to righteous anger; perhaps it was his wife, who hadfailed to guard the honour due to the hearth by allowingsomebody to spit upon it, or to leave the hut with his pipelighted from the sacred fire. Dr. Laufer, a member of the recent Jesup Expedition,despatched from Washington, U.S.A., and the greatest

 

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IN THE BAY OF NI 195 authority on the art of the Amur tribes, has declared ofthe Gilyaks and Golds that their art is lacking in realisticrepresentations. Their purely decorative work—and heexcludes from this all wooden objects, animals, etc., carvedas charms or toys—he alleges, is confined to copies ofChinese representations of animals which these nativeshave never seen, such, for instance, as the cock, the tor-toise, and the mythical phcenix. It is interesting in thisconnexion to note that in this particular hut in the villageof Kamavo, I found several carvings on the timbers ofthe wall of the hut of bears, as well as other crude mural

  

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Sawa Camp, Nuweiba

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