Residence St Andrews Palace
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... and it was Sophie's birthday! We celebrated by going to the local shop and picking up rice crackers and jam for breakfast, at a total cost of 5 Złoty (£1!) After taking a walk around a few shops, and then into the Old Town, we were both feeling a bit cold with a cloudy start to the day. We decided to stop at a small tea rooms and both had a hot drink to warm up. We planned to take a walk along the river, but the path was still under construction so we ...
... is said to be one of the most beautiful monuments of the Polish Baroque
architecture, which houses a museum and a collection of European and Oriental art. Built in the second half of the 17th century, the Palace initially served as a summer Royal residence of one of the greatest Polish monarchs - King John III Sobieski. The decoration of both the facades and ...
... We wanted an early start for the morning so we could get to the market without having to rush back to catch a bus to the airport. We had it all planned out the night before, set the alarm clock, and our bags were pretty much ready to go as well. Well, one thing I am learning and adapting to very quickly about traveling is that plans do not always go as planned; and that was our morning. I am always one to have a plan and want to know ahead of time of everything and ...
... literally translates to "Baths Park". Little did I know that Lazienki Park is one of the largest parks in Warsaw originally designed in the 17th century in baroque stye meaning not a good place to break in my brand new Toms. Ouch! my poor feet.
After several hours of walking in pain, we got hungry and stumbled across Mleczarnia Jerozolimska. "Bar Mleczarnia" means milk bar in Polish. Milk bars ...
... to didn't speak English. And she wasn't very nice about it. I was just so worn out from 36 hours without sleep and the language barrier was becoming too much, so I just sat on a bench in the middle of a train station and started sobbing. After about 30 seconds, I realized that nobody noticed I was crying, and I figured there's no point if I'm not getting any sympathy, so I got my act together, found somebody who spoke English, and booked ...