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 a great backdrop for a photography session.

The Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science reminded us of home, bringing up an instant “Is that the press house?” Well, we were not far from it, being thought out and designed in the same manner, the bigger brother from Poland lays its shadow on the city in pretty much the same way our own does.

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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 for some food, met some nice people, gave them a reason to hope for a better life.

BLACK, the correct answer was Black as your ice cream!

Long hot summer days

Warsaw was full of street performers, the music was everywhere, all kinds of new interpretations of Despacito in various intonations and instruments

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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 influence.

The boat rides are a well-known tourist attraction both on and off the vessel. The interiors are a reminder of cheap buffets that used to function in the 90s.

The future shooting place for the Dune series

One of the best Italian places in town! Most accurate experience.

These places are so great, the milk stores of the communist era, reimagined as cheap cantinas, some really cheap and accessible to the low class, others just hip reminders of the hard times.

2018 tourist trap: lit up balloons

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Visiting Poland – Warsaw – Gdansk

This time we are visiting Poland, first time for me, the trip was fairly long, arrived by plane in Warsaw, then taking the train to Gdansk, figuring out that our languages and customs do not differ all that much.

This was the moment we realized that having the means of public transport from and to the airport with the least of effort makes a city greater by a minimum of 2 points.

Saying hello to the sun, expecting a colder weather from Poland.

The Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science overlooking the city everywhere you go.

To be continued in Gdansk

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