You Can’t Pronounce it, but Włocławek is Apathetic About that Too

Canadians try to out-polite one another. In the Middle East, people see who can offer the longest, most poetic greeting. In Poland, maintaining a certain level of discontentment seems to be a national past-time and there are some real experts out there. “Ale” is the worst and most over-used word in the Polish language. It… Read More You Can’t Pronounce it, but Włocławek is Apathetic About that Too

You Can’t Pronounce it, but Włocławek isn’t Afraid of Colour

We have a theory that under communism expression was so limited that now people are making up for lost time. This manifests in many different ways and decorating is no exception. Take a look at some of the buildings around Włocławek and take note of a colour palette you may never have expected to see… Read More You Can’t Pronounce it, but Włocławek isn’t Afraid of Colour

You Can’t Pronounce it, but Włocławek is Playing a Game of “One Square, Two Square, Red Square, Blue Square”

Apple may have an app for that, but when it comes to understanding civic life, Włocławek has a square for that. Green: Stary Rynek [Old Square] Yellow: Strefa dla Pieszych [Pedestrian Zone / ulica Trzeciego Maja – Third of May Street] Red: Plac Wolności [Freedom Square] Orange: Zielony Rynek [Green Square] Blue: Wzorcownia – –… Read More You Can’t Pronounce it, but Włocławek is Playing a Game of “One Square, Two Square, Red Square, Blue Square”

You Can’t Pronounce it, but this is What Włocławek Looks like from a Train

Calling a place home is one thing, but feeling at home is something all together different. We’re learning to call Włocławek home and we want you to be a part of this process. We’re starting a little series entitled “You Can’t Pronounce It” that invites you to step into our new backyard. You never know… Read More You Can’t Pronounce it, but this is What Włocławek Looks like from a Train