For the second week while we were in Poland it was pouring rain 3 days out of the 5 that we were there.  I eventually ended up buying myself a pair of rain boots at the flea market in Gdynia.  This was basically my outfit on repeat because of the rain.  I didn’t want to dress in anything else so the second week wasn’t too fashionista’ish.

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When we arrived in Gdansk it was already raining so we were basically going to go to a store called Bolesławiec which sells Polish pottery that I’m adding to my collection instead of fine china.  I love that each piece is hand painted and you have the name of the person who painted it on the back.  Every year I go to Poland I always bring something back to add to my collection or my mom’s.  This year I got coffee/tea cups and saucers.  I’m hoping to one day have a complete set.  We actually joke about it and call it the no no plates lol.
I’ve written about Gdansk here on the blog quite a few times.  I wanted to share some more pictures with all of you today.
That building is actually a functioning mill.

Here’s the mill.

Another church.

The above is a statue of Neptune.

Gdansk is hands down a beautiful city.  It’s part of Trojmiasto/Tri-City and next time we go I’m going to do more touristy things with the fiance because there were a few things I wanted him to see in Gdansk but unfortunately it was terrible weather.