sara naumann blog poland photo friday

Sopot, Poland is a beach town and now that the weather is warming up, all the little kiosks along the beach are opening for the tourist trade. (And for those of us who finally thawed out after winter!)

One of the most popular things to do is stop for a “gofry”—a waffle with whip cream, fruit or chocolate, served on a little paper plate. You can find gofry at any of the little stands along the shopping street or the beach. (“Pod arkadami” means “under the arches”; this waffle stand is under the arch leading to the beach.)

I love the old-time font on the sign and the different tan/cream/orangey colors of the swirls and leaves…it gives the sign a sepia effect. (And if you’re wondering…yes, the gofry are delicious!)