Warsaw – last day in the city

This will be the last entry about Warsaw, last day there, trying to discover as much as possible and keep up with the pressing summer temperatures. But, first things first, breakfast. I was telling you about the popular transportation methods. Poland also has cats, did … Continue readingWarsaw – last day in the city

Warsaw – Update

Warsaw was a place of good photographic spots, as I mentioned we enjoyed the underground a lot. As many have said, it’s an underrated city and full of surprises, along with Berlin, these are places that can be explored for months. The University Library is … Continue readingWarsaw – Update

Warsaw – Continued

Warsaw had plenty to offer and show off, but diversity and pride seemed to be right at home. Also the place for scooters, bikes and all other two wheels vehicles. The metro was inspiring, with its colorful stations, cleanliness and different designs. It could be … Continue readingWarsaw – Continued

Back to Warsaw

Gdansk was a nice and lovely place, but we had to take our journey forward … or backward to Warsaw. The train ride was nice and cozy but we were eager to reach the great capital. We put on our nice shirts and went out … Continue readingBack to Warsaw

Taking over Gdansk – II

I have to say that Gdansk is one of the most photogenic places I’ve been so far, it is the kind of place caught between a tourist spot and a nice little town, it has the moderate influence of both worlds without being ruined by any … Continue readingTaking over Gdansk – II