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... me to a seat in a synthetically-lit carriage opposite a guy with no concept of personal space. 7 hours of this won't do! Thankfully the carriage attendent is willing to persevere on my behalf and half an hour (and £7) later I am 'upgraded' to a couchette for the journey to Warsaw. The couchette is hard, narrow and cramped. And I am very glad for it! Journey Phase 19.6 A(iii) is almost ...
It has been over two years since the last visit to Poland and it is nice to be back. My own view is that, as a country, the people are friendly, there are generally plenty of great places to eat offering good quality food at good value prices plus, if you want it, in the bigger cities there are all the shopping opportunities you need as well. You may not be able to escape the sometimes crumbling ex-communist housing blocks but I ...
... for it, it was delicious.
Next, we hit up just about every vintage/second hand shop in the city, as it was so unbelievably cheap. Clothes are bought by the kilo at a set price depending on where you go. After loading our finds back in the car, we walked on to a local park in the city centre which featured gorgeous alcoves and a WW2 monument. Feeling the need for a pick-me-up, we stopped at a coffee/gelato shop on the side of the park. ...
... than I thought it would. After several cups of nuclear strength coffee, I went outside to sit in the sun with the locals and met a group of nomads passing through that morning which consisted of several eccentric Berliners and one American from Nevada named Karl. He's an electrician and friends with Peter, who is trying to recruit him to stay at the Schloss for awhile to help with ...
Another RE train ride took us to Chorin - the site of a ruined monastery which you can walk along a clearly marked trail from the station through some woods to get to. Again, very pretty location where, during the summer, you can attend concerts. Now tell me that a monastery isn't a great place for that :)