Warsaw’s Tragic History

I’ve been in Warsaw, Poland for a week now. This is my first time visiting and so far I’ve enjoyed what it has to offer. The people are friendly, the city has lots going, a reliable public transportation network and everything here is much cheaper than in other European capitals. For the tourist, Warsaw’s tragicContinue reading “Warsaw’s Tragic History”

A Weekend at the Woodstock Music Festival in Poland

This past weekend, about half a million people descended upon the small polish town of Kostrzyn nad Odra, on the German-Polish border, for Przystanek Woodstock, one of the world’s largest open-air music festivals. I was there. It’s an experience like no other. 500,000 mostly young people, come together for a weekend of free live music,Continue reading “A Weekend at the Woodstock Music Festival in Poland”