That's the main street of the town which is about 1km long and leads to the Market Square - it starts close to the Railway Station. Along this quite impressive street you can see a lot of nice buildings, you can do a shopping in nearby shops and boutiques and you can book a room in the hotel. At the Zwyciestwa Street there's some restaurants and pubs when you can have a meal or rest for a while. At the end of this way is Market Square which is full of people and beer-gardens in spring- and summertime.
PHOTOS WERE TAKEN ON DECEMBER (formally winter begins in Poland)
The palm pavillion is a huge glass structure that houses all kinds of tropical plants, animals, and of course, palms. There's lots of benches to sit down, little Japanese bridges, and streams filled with piranha. There's also a cafe where you can grab something to eat, and a gift shop. The whole pavillion (in Polish called Palmiarnia) is set in a beautiful park where you can people watch all day long. Admission is $2.50 per person.
If you like horse back riding, you can do it for relatively cheaply in Poland. You will have to sniff around - there's deals. We went for one hour for about three dollars, but we had to clean the horses and their hoofs, put on their saddles, and then take them off. Basically, self-serve. If you want to ride in a more professional farm, you might pay a little more, but no more than twenty dollars per hour.
Palm trees in Poland? Hard to believe, but these palm trees are real.
The same note as above. I'm evil :P
Small castle which is actually a museum.
I hope that the person who has taken that photo won't be angry with me ;)
That's our Town Hall! Isn't it nice?
As I've mentioned before the MS is filled with people and beer-gardens in the spring and summertime.