Yes, the tram now defines the way I move around town. The 4, 10 and 35 from my office to Al. Lotników where I can change to a 715 bus all the way home to Trombity; the 35 from my office to Eddie's school for parents' evenings, a whole string of members arrayed along the 14 and 35 routes, and the 18 which goes to Pl. Zamkowy before crossing the river. Yes, trams are good.
Today's trammery - off to Radio PiN to appear on an hour-long programme to talk about David Cameron and Britain's strange relationship with the European Union. I catch a 35 to Pl. Bankowy, then a 15 to Pl. Inwalidów. Afterwards a 6 to Pl. Wilsona, and Metro home towards Ursynau.
So - photo time...
|Ul. Marszałkowska between Królewska and Pl. Bankowy. Fixie races BMW.|
|Ul. Marszałkowska between Królewska and Pl. Bankowy. Passing trams|
|Pl. Bankowy, Juliusz Słowacki monument outside Warsaw's City Hall|
|Ul. Andersa, near Świętojerska|
|Pl. Inwalidów, rush hour snow|
|A single-wagon number 6 tram approaches Pl. Wilsona|