One of my work projects that taken me to Warsaw on at least four occasions this year hence the title of this post. I've seen Warsaw, the capital city of Poland, under a heavy blanket of snow, under a massive rainstrom, and most recently under the glorious sunshine.
These were no more than an overnight business trip with back-to-back meetings, followed by a late night flight back to London. On my most recent trip, I made it point to take the afternoon off on a beautiful sunny day for an alfresco lunch and stroll through the delightful Old Town. Approximately, 90% of the Old Town was destroyed during World War II and subsequently rebuilt, therefore, it's not at quaint as the Old Town of Wroclaw and Krakow, which is my favourite Polish city for the history and architecture alone. I am grateful for my colleague for wonderful architectural tour of Old Town, the Castle, and the new national stadium.