[eat] Overindulging myself with hearty Polish food

Finally, my patient readers, here comes the much-delayed final post about my Eastern Europe trip. You must have got tired of my rambling and wanton picture-posting, so I assume that a bit of Polish food eye-candy will end this dragging series in a delicious note.

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[travel] Eastern Europe tour: Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw was our fifth and final destination of the whole Taste of Eastern Europe tour. I was just a few inches from exhaustion, but thankfully the laid back atmosphere of the capital city of Poland provided me with much-needed relief. The walking tour was not as intense as that in Prague or Budapest – the calm, mostly tourist-free streets (whereas Krakow was quite busy with herds of tourists) and interesting historical sites proved more than enough to finish my trip in a satisfying note.

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[travel] Eastern Europe tour: Krakow, Poland

Located by the Vistula River with a rich history dated back to the 7th century, Krakow was our next destination after Budapest. Although I only spent half a day here, this former capital and current second largest city in Poland managed to capture my heart entirely with its quaint streets and demure atmosphere.

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