i wrote this post ages ago, still in Poland. sorry for publishing it just now.
I hope everything’s ok. I kind of lost contact with everyone at home... But no worries, am coming back in a week. Be prepared!!! :)
I’m in poland now, Warszawa, warszawa. Hmmm, it’s nice, am feeling very well. In fact i’m feeling home thx to Gosia’s parents, who are very kind. There’s also a very cute little boy, Filip, Ania’s son. (Ania is Gosia’s sister.)
Warsaw is much nicer than I expected. In fact, I didn’t know much about Warsaw.
My favourite building is the Palacu Kultury I Nauki W Warszawie. It’s an Arts and Culture Centre, but we’ve only been at the top of tower, which provides excellent view of Warsaw. Not interestingly, it was built after the World War II, as many of the other buildings. (I guess all of us know the destruction taken place in Warsaw during the War.)
Then there’s the Palace of Milanow, a royal residence not far from the City Centre. Big, nice building, currently still being renovated, with a huge well-kept garden (also still under construction). Undoubtedly, the nicest park in Warsaw is the Park Lazienkowski. So nice, that one king built its sommer residence on the lake situated in this park. Really interesting: the palace occupies almost the full width of the lake.
Now, we are just about to leave to Wroclaw.
I’d better go...
Bye ya all in the Polish-Hungarian common language:
Siema, that is yo!
In the mean time we arrived to Wroclaw, Iza’s place. Lovely town, built on several islands on the river Odera. The town itself has got some 120 bridges, tiny and big ones too, most of them very pretty. Nice Market Square, cool bars and clubs, nice place to live.
Iza's mum prepared some cheesecake for us, yummie!!!
we'll leave to Cracow soon.