You may not know but I don't really like our capital city. Comparing to my quiet, windy city, Warsaw is noisy and has most ugly main train station you can imagine. I never am fond of going there so I wasn't happy to go there in January either. Not to mention for a whole 5 days!
Still to my surprise, it wasn't that bad as I expected. We accidently had a good hotel and free evenings, the city was still wearing it's Christmas lights so the Old Town was really charming, we visited brand new Chopin's Museum, very modern with a lot modern technics in use.
I went to our head quarters with two of my workmates. The girls just loved to watch every jewelery shop's windows and I...well, quess there is not a lot of a woman in me ;)...was getting a bit bored of that. While waiting for them to finsh admiring all the jewelery staff in the next shop I looked once again at the window display and - imagine my surprise - I noticed this!!
Glad my friend has a cellphone with a good camera in it, I of course forgot to take my camera with me - million times I repeat I should have it with me always and still forgetting to take it. If not for Renata I would have never been able to show you this 1:12 jeweler's setting!
So if you wonder why I am showing it to you almost a month after coming back home I have to explain my friend's cellphone got broken on the last day of our trip and only now she's got it back working.:)
Dzis pokazuję Wam małe miniaturowe cudo, które udało mi się zauważyć podczas ostatniego pobytu w Warszawie. Stało sobie na wystawie jednego ze sklepów jubilerskich i najwyraźniej jest w skali 1:12. Prawda, że urocza niespodzianka?:) Na moje szczęscie, moja koleżanka miała ze sobą komórkę z dobrym aparatem fotograficznym. Dzięki Renatko!