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The Home of Beer

The Home of Beer

Features 2 September 2013 0

Regional beers have become big news and leading the pack is the stuff from Ciechanów. As an excuse for a travel piece that tops the lot. Polish beer hasn’t always had the best press, least not from me. I liken much of it (well, the big brands) to poison;... Read more
Fundacja Atelier

Fundacja Atelier

Insider News 1 September 2013 0

Art for me has always been essential for both inspiration and relaxation. Whether I’m photographing it out on the street, deciphering it in museums or standing in front of a blank canvas creating my very own masterpiece art helps me organize my thoughts. When an opportunity arose for my... Read more
Toastmasters International
Warsaw is known to be a dandy town, a place where it’s possible to find activities for every night of the week. But for something a little more alternative, for instance, something that involves having fun as well as a tiny bit of scholastic, personal development, then there is... Read more
Warsaw International Triathlon Club
Winter in Warsaw can be tough. The color and greenery of summer become distant memories, replaced instead by the hovering grey presence of never-ending tower blocks, short days and snow, snow and more snow. But don’t let this bleak picture put you off, there’s a means of escape, and... Read more
Traffic Cafe

Traffic Cafe

Restaurants 29 August 2013 0

The cafe on top of the Traffic bookstore in the center of Warsaw is many things to me. It is a classroom (where I meet my Polish tutor), an office (free wi-fi and plenty of space), a meeting place and, most importantly, a place to relax and let time... Read more
Retro Day Spa

Retro Day Spa

Leisure 28 August 2013 0

Every time December rolls around I encounter the same problem: what to get my best friend for Christmas. What makes it all the more impossible is that her birthday is right around the corner, too. So whatever I get her really has to be a double whammy. Triple whammy,... Read more
Green Tracks!

Green Tracks!

Blog 27 August 2013 0

Love the grass growing under the tram off of plac konstytucji. Would be great if the city would introduce more green in some of the main squares, especially the ones with the overpowering communist buildings. Maybe some evergreen trees so that they are green in the winter.  Read more
MiTo

MiTo

Restaurants 27 August 2013 0

Speak the words ‘art café’ and I think of Kraków. Specifically, I think of the Kazimierz district and its dark, shadowy haunts – you know the sort, cobwebs in the corner and chipped, wobbly tables. Crowded around them, student girls in stripy leggings, and pseudo intellectuals with second hand... Read more
Please, Get Me Outta’ Here!
Had enough already of grey, gloomy Warsaw? Then pack your bags – you’re going on a break. Warsaw is ill. It begins January with a hangover and ends it with flu. Even the optimist will readily admit that the capital at the start of the year is an ugly... Read more
Po Prostu Zachęta
Sundays for Luncheonettes are most likely to be spent in a museum and a downtown eatery. If the two are in close proximity, all the better. So hats off to Zachęta, Warsaw’s premiere contemporary art museum, for creating the perfect Sunday outing. Open since mid-February, the bistro Po Prostu... Read more