I go to Inowrocław every Monday and Wednesday with school. Everybody hates going to 'Ino' because it adds 2 hours onto any working day with the journey there and back and personally I'm always complaining about only getting to eat so late in the evening; 11pm sometimes. But I far from hate going, I have 3 great classes there which I really enjoy teaching, things always seem to go very smoothly.
żabka so I was looking forward to seeing a bit more of what the place had to offer. The centre of Ino looks okay, I'm sure it's not a bad place to live but there doesn't seem to be much going on and it looks a little run down on the way in.
Today I got to see past all that and took a walk to the huge Teznie park, we walked down a long village lane to get there with every dog barking at us on the way. The Teznie is the same stuff as what they have in Ciechocinek, but it's a lot newer and therefore much more beneficial to your health. Unfortunately it's all turned off in the Winter.
The area is surrounded by forest and parks, with a few health spas, a concert stage and a nice fountain made with moving lights rather than water, unfortunately that was turned off too with it being day time.
After a long walk we went for some nice healthy food; a bardzo smaczny gulash prepared by Lucyna and a strawberry smoothie excellently prepared by me :-) I have to say it was 'quite civilized' indeed!