It was our second time in Poland. Above you can see old town of Warsaw. We were guests in Polish wedding. I would not have believed if somebody had told me how many different courses we ate that night. 8-10. Yes. Depends on how you count. That I call true hospitality. We ate, danced and had beautiful party like you can imagine.
When we arrived to the party restaurant - tables were full of decorated food already.
After party - next day - we had time to go a bit around Warsaw. We noticed that there were Easter already on the streets.
Food stalls selling traditional food.
Colorful details. Great cafes like Cukiernia Nenette. It's a place where you can eat at least gluten free and sugar free.
Interesting and colorful contradictions.
There are big parks in Warsaw too, small one you can see here in the picture. But in one day with tired eyes from yesterday party we decided to keep our day in Warsaw quite laid back and slow. Walked around old town and made easy and fast decision when choosing the restaurant and ate well in Polka restaurant. Polish traditional food.
If you want to see more, you can find my Poland post from the summer 2012. That time we flew to Gdansk and took train to Warsaw and from Warsaw to Krakow. I prefere travelling by train. It's more environment friendly.
I have a flu so today is a home office day - great day to blog :)
Have a great week!