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zdjcie filtrowane, bo jed

zdjcie filtrowane, bo jedzenie jest paskudne. wizualnie. bo smakowo - mj top - 4,2/5. obok #duzamiha may bar #orientexpress z typowym plastikowym menu na ladzie i na caej cianie, kumpel nazwa bar typem 'ulerskim', co byo zawoalowanym 'niepozorna pereka'. #rodkistylistyczne #takatrudna. co jest fajne? ogromne porcje, co dla amatora #IF robi robot ('po prostu lubisz re, nie wymylaj'), odpowiednie doprawienie i przede wszystkim wysmaenie - Kuna lubi, sosy zawsze wiee dostpne w lodwce - nie masz wraenia e tam stoj od przedwczoraj. orient po prostu mi podszed. czemu nie wicej? bo podszed ale nie powali na kolana jak zy, po prostu chiczyk taki jak powinien by. jest troszk tustawo. czsto nie ma tofu ;( poza tym moje ulubione panie z Biaegostoku zastpia niemia i krzyklawa azjatka, przekazujca zamwienie na kuchni po kilku minutach. ale wci wracam, bo to smak w smaku, czyli czasami mam ochot na chiczyka, a czasami w tej ochocie na chiczyka mam ochot na orient express :) #wielkitestwarszawskichchiczykw #chiczyk #tofuwczymkolwiek #interminnentfasting #makaronsojowy #tofu #Warsaw #chineasefood #asianfood # #vegan #uglyfood #veganasianfood #veganchineasefood #kunatestujca

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Portsmouth's daily newspaper is the Virginian-Pilot with The Currents being the Portsmouth edition of the Sunday paper. Other papers include the New Journal and Guide, and the Hampton Roads Business Journal. Hampton Roads Magazine serves as a bi-monthly regional magazine for Portsmouth and the Hampton Roads area. The Hampton Roads Times serves as an online magazine for all the Hampton Roads cities and counties. Portsmouth is served by a variety of radio stations on the AM and FM dials, with towers located around the Hampton Roads area. Portsmouth is also served by several television stations. The Hampton Roads designated market area (DMA) is the 42nd largest in the U.S. with 712,790 homes (0.64% of the total U.S.). The major network television affiliates are WTKR-TV 3 (CBS), WAVY 10 (NBC), WVEC-TV 13 (ABC), WGNT 27 (CW), WTVZ 33 (MyNetworkTV), WVBT 43 (Fox), and WPXV 49 (ION Television). The Public Broadcasting Service stations are WHRO-TV 15, Hampton/Norfolk and WUND-TV 2, Edenton, NC. Portsmouth residents also can receive independent stations, such as WSKY broadcasting on channel 4 from the Outer Banks of North Carolina and WGBS-LD broadcasting on channel 11 from Hampton. Portsmouth is served by Cox Cable and Verizon FIOS. DirecTV and Dish Network are also popular as an alternative to cable television in Portsmouth. WAVY-TV and WVBT-TV are both sister stations owned by Nexstar and have their office and studio located in the city.

From the earliest development, Portsmouth has been oriented to the water. In the 1830s, it was the first community in Hampton Roads to receive a new land transportation innovation, railroad service. The Portsmouth and Roanoke Railroad, a predecessor of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, extended to the rapids of the Roanoke River on its fall line near Weldon, North Carolina. It was to be 20 more years before its bigger neighbor, the city of Norfolk, also received a rail line, in 1858, when the Norfolk and Petersburg Railroad was completed. Portsmouth is primarily served by the Norfolk International Airport (IATA: ORF, ICAO: KORF, FAA LID: ORF), now the region's major commercial airport. The airport is located near Chesapeake Bay, along the city limits of neighboring Norfolk and Virginia Beach. Seven airlines provide nonstop services to twenty-five destinations. ORF had 3,703,664 passengers take off or land at its facility and 68,778,934 pounds of cargo were processed through its facilities. Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (IATA: PHF, ICAO: KPHF, FAA LID: PHF) also provides commercial air service for the Hampton Roads area. The Chesapeake Regional Airport provides general aviation services and is located five miles (8 km) outside the city limits. In the 21st century, the city has access to lines of CSX Transportation, Norfolk Southern and three short line railroads. Portsmouth is served by Interstate 264 and Interstate 664, which is part of the Hampton Roads Beltway. U.S. Route 17 and U.S. Route 58 pass through. The Elizabeth River is crossed via the Midtown Tunnel, the Downtown Tunnel and Berkley Bridge combination. Transportation within the city, as well as the other cities of Hampton Roads, is served by a regional bus service, Hampton Roads Transit.

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