[Traveling around Eastern Europe] D1-Warsaw
Flying from Polish Airlines to Ljubljana in Beijing, I have to wait 24 hours in Warsaw, and the result is accidentally the first stop for me to travel around Eastern Europe. When it landed at noon, it was still raining. When it was out in the afternoon, it was clear and clear, and luck was so unbelievable.
The church of the Holy Cross is buried in the heart of Chopin. It is said that his sister went to France after his death and sneaked his heart back into Poland.
Figure 4 Science and Culture Palace is a Soviet period building. Seeing it reminds me of the North Exhibition next to the Beijing Zoo.
Warsaw Old Town was once blown into powder by Nazi Germany, but after the war the Polish people restored it perfectly. Now it looks like there is no contradiction. Compared with the antique buildings in Beijing, it is a world of difference.
The clear blue sky is as gentle as the lake, the golden glow of the setting sun and the pink clouds after the sunset are the most intoxicating beauty of European winter.
Dinner angered a large plate of Polish dumplings and a large ribs, the Polish can be called a meat expert, how can neighbors Germany not know how to learn? However, although the dumplings have a variety of pork, mashed potatoes, cheese, sauerkraut, etc., the overall feeling is not amazing.
This Polish restaurant called Zapiecek is located in the tourist area but the taste is surprisingly rare.
Unexpectedly, Warsaw is enough surprises and looks forward to seeing you next time.
Dusk is the best time to take pictures, don't miss it. Take a photo of the sky and turn the aperture down to 10 or more. The lines of the clouds will be beautiful.
Royal Castle Square, don't just play in the square, be sure to enter the castle, there is no hole in the sky. The weather in Warsaw in the past few days is very strong. Blue sky and white clouds are very beautiful.
After the reconstruction of the Second World War, it was specially approved as a "World Heritage" in Warsaw, Poland.
When it comes to vodka, the first thing people think of is Russia. In fact, Poland is also a producer of high-quality vodka. The Polish added some spice materials such as grasses and plant fruits during the brewing process, so the vodka in Poland is rich in flavor and rich in flavor. In the Vodka Museum in Warsaw, you can learn about the history of Vodka, the production process, and you can taste three vodkas.