One morning, we had breakfast at 2 Okna Cafe (“2 okna” means “two windows”, which I didn’t realize as I was taking pictures of these two windows), because they have this special Polish bagel-like bread called an obwarzanek krakowski that I wanted to try. Nothing was more simple and perfect in Poland than eating my obwarzanek in their garden before a day of adventuring.

One morning, we had breakfast at 2 Okna Cafe (“2 okna” means “two windows”, which I didn’t realize as I was taking pictures of these two windows), because they have this special Polish bagel-like bread called an obwarzanek krakowski that I wanted to try. Nothing was more simple and perfect in Poland than eating my obwarzanek in their garden before a day of adventuring.

One morning, we had breakfast at 2 Okna Cafe ("2 okna" means "two windows", which I didn't realize as I was taking pictures of these two windows), because they have this special Polish bagel-like bread called an obwarzanek krakowski that I wanted to try. Nothing was more simple and perfect in Poland than eating my obwarzanek in their garden before a day of adventuring.

One morning, we had breakfast at 2 Okna Cafe (“2 okna” means “two windows”, which I didn’t realize as I was taking pictures of these two windows), because they have this special Polish bagel-like bread called an obwarzanek krakowski that I wanted to try. Nothing was more simple and perfect in Poland than eating my obwarzanek in their garden before a day of adventuring.

Photo taken at: 2 Okna Cafe

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