Where to go?

no better expression of approval than the classic thumbs up

Why the flags?

It’s the Independence Day, which Poles all over the country celebrate by sticking flags on buildings and vehicles, as well as – on occasion – beating each other up.

In my secret life

The library of Krasińscy in Warsaw has an interesting, sad and somehow ghostly story.

And so it began

The European Football Championships 2012 kicked off yesterday at the Warsaw National stadium, and yours truly followed eery second of that opening game. And wrote about it for work (oh the joys of working for news organisations!). so far, so good, atmosphere in the city was very festive and celebratory, then slightly disappointed (Poland drew with Greece 1:1). Today, it’s hangover.

Euro 2012 takes over…

We are back! And complaining as usually. The European Football Championships (we are slightly scared as UEFA has copyrights for the phrase “Euro 2012”) have taken the city over. Here’s our pre-opening look at the damned Fan Zone in Warsaw and some obnoxious branding. Also – we’ve missed you.