Exploring This Beautiful City
Here I am, standing near the Wisła River. The Wisła is a beautiful river that winds its way through the city of Krakow. My friends and I live on different sides of the river, so I spend a lot of time walking across the bridge, going in either direction. I enjoy living in Kazimierz, just across from where I am standing now.
Oh, this picture! It really does make me laugh. Unfortunately, the other photos with me actually smiling are blurry. Although this one isn’t great, it is all we really have to work with. There are so many little coffee shops I haven’t had a chance to explore yet. When I just want a taste of home (aka a Pumpkin Spice Latte), I head to Starbucks in the Rynek.
Well, I guess I really don’t have the posing down for pictures. If this blog is ever going to amount to anything, I think I will have to figure out what to do with my arms while posing for pictures! This is a beautiful church in the Podgórze neighborhood. It is right near where my friends live, and we walk past it on the way to our favorite cafe Nad & Greg.
EDIT: I finally got to visit inside. Read more about that HERE.
This door just seemed like the perfect place to pose and take a few photos. I am really growing to appreciate doors in Krakow. Is this a weird thing, or do you think it is normal? As I said last time, everything seems unique and wonderful when you move to a new city. Slowly things start to dull and lose their luster. Hopefully, that doesn’t happen here.
Another door picture? I know, I know, but they do make an excellent background. Maybe that will become my thing, posing in front of gorgeous doors. Also, these pants? I LOVE them! I Can’t get enough. I actually need to buy some more tops to go with them. They are bold and fierce, and my favorite color. What else could you want in a pair of pants?
Natasha Theodora, what is in those paper bags? I am just so glad you asked. See, we decided as new staff to bring some wonderful Nad & Greg treats to our first day at school. We also grabbed some coffee for ourselves. So, inside of those bags are three steaming hot and extremely full cups of coffee. They are very carefully placed, and they did arrive at their final destination in one piece! What a thrilling and anxiety-inducing success!