;D ;D I think we agree quite often. The point is that you, as a teacher, work with youth, who have a natural predilection to dispute, to challenging the widely respected authotities. So in a natural way you have soaked with this predilection ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
I can`t agree.
see? ;D ;D
What I love is narrow, tiny, colourful, fancily decorated cute little houses. There are such in Warsaw (yes! ;D ;D ;D ;D) but Poznan`s are even cutest.
Yes I agree, Pozan very much resembles Warsaw. (It also differs so much from Warsaw at the same time). Also, it seems the only city towards which some conceited 'new-Varsovians' don't feel superior in their strange hierarchy. While Krakow (inside Planty) is quite unique in Poland. What might be boring to you as it is normal to you, is quite a fun for visitors. Besides you have something very rare not just in Poland but in whole Europe. This is the dense 'townish' feeling of a regulated, not so quick, relaxed life in a relatively large section of the city.
As to 'wher I could live'. If I was to live in a 'dowtown' city again that would be back to Warsaw of course, but if I had to choose something else that would be Sopot.
Hmm, Sopot..... I heard the sea waters there are too polluted to bathe. In result, Sopot is of no interest to me. [/quote]
Hehe. Should I understand the sea waters in Poznan are allright, since you could live there? ;D ;D ;D
Coming back to the colourful, fancy, little houses. We have been in Zamosc this year. There there's a real concentrations of the most cute liitle buildings! At the same time it so peaceful a town. I will upload some pictures.
hahaha horse droppings on street in Poznań. I have mate in the office from Poznań. He is very clean and organised on his desk. When I give many papers on him desk, he infuriates. I must tell to him about horse droppings. hahahaha