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Astanga Yoga Studio

Astanga Yoga Studio

Leisure 8 September 2013 0

I’ve been an on-and-off yoga fiend for much of my adult life – off when my work schedule gets overly hectic and on when things start to cool down. The irony is, the more stressed at work I am, the more I need yoga to get me balanced at... Read more
Łan Sztuk Kalimera
I have a very special fondness for this place. This is where I fell in love last summer. This is where it all began. The magical charm of Stare Kawkowo is what took us from casual dating to the real thing. There really isn’t anything as glorious as the Polish... Read more
A Fort Resort

A Fort Resort

Blog 7 September 2013 0

Modlin’s nightmare year showed signs of improving in August with news that the town’s iconic fortress had been sold for a cool zł. 35 million. Originally built on the instructions of Napoleon, it underwent a massive expansion in the mid-19th century, and at its peak was capable of housing... Read more
Równonoc

Równonoc

Restaurants 6 September 2013 0

What is ul. Chmielna if it isn’t a conundrum. Potentially we’re talking about gold nugget real estate and a fine atmospheric street. In reality though, it’s never quite seized its opportunity as one of Warsaw’s key pedestrian thoroughfares. But instead of following in the footsteps of high-living Foksal or... Read more
Designer Secret

Designer Secret

Shopping 5 September 2013 0

Warsaw’s rebirth is complete. A city once regarded as dark, drab and dowdy has come to be recognized as one of the most thrilling cities in Europe. That’s something reflected in her architecture, attitude, restaurants and bars. It’s also mirrored by her growing taste in fashion. A city that... Read more
Gateway to the Past

Gateway to the Past

Features 4 September 2013 0

Poignant landmarks are plentiful in Poland; even so, the remains of Saski Palace are particularly symbolic of this nation’s discordant past. Architecturally speaking Warsaw’s evolution has been dramatic and unpredictable, with influences ranging from the Luftwaffe to barmy Russian town planners. Had time-lapse photography been invented earlier, few cities... Read more
Belgian Beer!

Belgian Beer!

Blog 2 September 2013 0

Just discovered that Magda Gessler’s Słony on Mokotówska has Belgium beer on tap. Grimbergen blonde is so delicious, it is worth the price of admission. Read more
Melitus

Melitus

Leisure 2 September 2013 0

One of the most modern medical aesthetic clinics in Poland. In operation since 2002, the expert clinicians specialize in dermatology, surgery, endocrinology, gynecology and internal medicine. The clinic is equipped with latest and most innovative medical equipment. ul. Słowackiego 12 22 833 7438 website Read more
Maple Tree Montessori
Maple Tree Montessori is a family-run international preschool that offers an authentic Montessori curriculum supported by an Orff/Kodály-based music syllabus. Find them located in the Wilanów district of Warsaw, in a house safely nestled into the end of a quiet street. Their program, which is designed for three to... Read more
Beirut

Beirut

Going Out 2 September 2013 0

As hip as ever, Beirut has walls dusted with cult album covers, documentary posters and witty graffiti inspired by Banksy. Busy in the day, and absolutely packed at night, order unconventional beers from androgynous staff standing behind a sandbag bar decorated with silver hand grenades and a model tank... Read more

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