This is a type of Polish dumpling called pierogi. This picture doesn't do justice- but it tasted so amazing. This one had potatoes and cheese inside and those are onions on top. I've looked up and found some recipes, but haven't made it yet. Why?! And the food was so cheap! Lots of food for little moolah. Nice.
Okay- the apple pancakes were to die for. Just like a crepe with cooked apples, carmel and whipped cream. I need to make these!
The doors! So much fun.
We walked around the square at sunset. I loved the light on the buildings.
We took these for the boys.
The twelve apostles, minus Judas and plus Mary.
They sold these leather gloves everywhere- I got a gray pair.
I seriously wore half my suitcase when we'd go out everyday. Lots of layers. And double socks. So cold. Looking back I should have just bought a better coat while I was there... We were still in our warm Utah fall when we left, so I thought it would be pretty much the same weather. I was wrong.
We'd come back at night and just drop on our beds. We were so tired from walking all day everyday. So exhausting and amazing all at once.