Linking to: Friday My Town Shoot Out
I stayed at the Polonia Palace Hotel in Warsaw. Right across the street from my room was this apartment building. Look closely, there are swans on both sides of the black rot iron terrace.
The only disconcerting problem, being tired from only dozing a bit on the plane, was I couldn't get the power to my room to come on. Apparently, you need to put your key card in a holder by the door which activates the power.
The tall building is called the Palace of Culture and Science, the one Soviet building that Russians left behind.
These little cakes were part of the breakfast buffet that was held every morning at our hotel. I have never seen so much variety in food. There was every kind of cold cut meats, bacon, cheeses, eggs, cereals, beans, vegetables, tomatoes, breads, yogurts, fruit including watermelon. I nearly missed these little cakes but a couple next to my table had some and I thought, I need to find them. I usually don't have sweets for breakfast but these were an exception. They had chocolate ones too - on the left.
Pan in the park - he was the God of rustic music, nature and mountain wilds although most of Poland is very flat. Only southern Poland has mountains.
Front of the bathhouse built in the 17th century.
Reflections of the water around the Palace on an Island in Lazienki Park. It was a bathhouse palace.
Back of the bath house.