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July 22, 1991 | RONE TEMPEST, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Roland Bedryj is a French-speaking guide and bus driver who conducts very low-budget tours of Paris for a travel agency in southeast Poland. For about $125 for a five-day tour, the mustachioed, blond Pole with a taste for pungent French black-tobacco cigarettes drives his no-frills, no-video, no-air conditioning, no-bathroom 42-passenger bus from the sugar-beet city of Bielawa to the City of Light. His mostly young tourists sleep in student hostels and eat home-made sandwiches on the bus.
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July 22, 1991 | RONE TEMPEST, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Roland Bedryj is a French-speaking guide and bus driver who conducts very low-budget tours of Paris for a travel agency in southeast Poland. For about $125 for a five-day tour, the mustachioed, blond Pole with a taste for pungent French black-tobacco cigarettes drives his no-frills, no-video, no-air conditioning, no-bathroom 42-passenger bus from the sugar-beet city of Bielawa to the City of Light. His mostly young tourists sleep in student hostels and eat home-made sandwiches on the bus.
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