good luck. i hope you change water in the bath tub after your wife :)
That was a joke which might cause some misunderstanding. :):):):)
I suppose that most guys from US who know nothing about Poland still believe we, Poles, live in huts, do slave work in lords` fields and bring water from a nearby lake or river.
What is the reality? (all photos from Krakow)
Most people live in apartment blocks which were built in communist times. Only a few remained in their original ugly shape:
the majority has been insulated and repainted.
Blocks are usually grouped in estates, among abundant greenery
Modern blocks are much nicer:
Urban flats/apartments vary in size, some are very small, other quite big. People have hot and cold water, a seperate toilet, central heating from the city`s power station, gas heating for daily water. What else? Lifts/elevators in high rise buildings.
People who can afford high cost of land in cities can buy or build a house which looks like that:
Very few ot that kind:
Many of that kind, from the times when moronic communist authorities forced people to build the same square houses everywhere.
And more and more new houses of this type:
Ooops, I almost forgot. If you live in the city center, it is usually dense area, built up with houses. So, you can live in an old 19/20 century old house
or a modern filling
TBC with country houses.