I had no idea what these items of food were but when I got home, I looked up the words and I'll be darn if all of them on the stand are types of cheeses. If I had known that, I would have bought some for a taste.
I don't know if the gigantic bread rounds could fit in my oven. I have never seen such large portions of bread.
I thought that these were pretzels (swieze obwarzanki means fresh bagels) so I was close.
Fun little tied up ribbons and bows of garlic.
I am the biggest blueberry fan there ever was and I couldn't get over how large these blueberries were.
I didn't know that Tupperware was abounding in Europe.
While viewing the farmer's market, three groups of people came marching down the center esplanade singing with their group or chanting in Polish. It was the most astonishing thing to witness. There were at least 100 in each group on a pilgrimage to Jasna Gora with their Priest. Also as I left Czestochowa on a bus, miles from the city was another group were marching on the road toward Czestochowa on their pilgrimage.