Look at my picture - what's that? It's a new surface of Pszczyna Market Square. Quite flat but remember that other walkways around Pszczyna are not so good. Watch your steps - there is a city hospital there just in case... but... not my recommendation :-).
Look at my picture taken on April 2003. There is a crazy cameraman Fernando, known as darthmilmo on VT in castle park in Pszczyna. Haha, it unexpectadly started to snow and Fernando was... very happy about it :-))). No wonder - he is from San Antonio, Texas.
But, please expect different weather in March - early May and September - October: it maybe warm and sunny like a few days before Fernando's visit and it maybe cold (even freezing) and snowy.
It seems that they often change menu in local restaurants looking for something unique for us Poles, except traditional Polish food which is always offered there.
Once they offered... Mexican food in Frykówka Restaurant (enlarge my picture what they served) which was NOT real Mexican, too be honest. I am sure about it after my visit to Tijuana and southern California in April/May 2003. Now they offer Italian food (spaghetti, lasagne and pizzas) there. I didn't taste it yet.
Anyway... better taste delicious Polish food whenever you go to Pszczyna.
There are not public restrooms/toilets in Pszczyna as I know. Notice that they are aften locked in local restaurants/pubs as well. You need a key from a waiter to unlock them. Hmm... no problem if you are a consumer - just ask your waiter for a key but if you are not... I don't know. Luckily they are clean :-).
Whenever you drink delicious hot wine (or Polish beer) in Frykówka Restaurant don't drive.
Remember that maximum level of alcohol in your blood, acceptable by law, is only 0.2 promile while you drive whereas it's 0.5 promile in most countries of Europe (in some 0.8). It does mean that drinking even small amount of alhohol maybe risky.
DUI is a crime in Poland now. You maybe even arrested and as I know it's free but not very comfortable accommodation. Add shame, large fine and ban on driving for at least 1 year.
Whenever you go to Frykówka Restaurant try not to order too many dishes like me = do not over-eat!
Haha, it's not so easy. Polish food is delicious there, dishes are large (often for two persons rather than one). To be honest Polish sour rye soup (zurek) served in a loaf of breed with forest mushrooms picked up at autumn's dawn is enough - if you eat... the whole bread especially :-).
But nothing compare to big portion of ribs. Believe me, they are the biggest I have ever seen :-))).