I know that it is really aweful of me to give you the latest news 1 week after those have happened but I did not get a chance to settle down and have a proper look at the photos from last Friday. Now you may ask yourself what had last Friday have to to with this?! Well it is as simple as that: last Friday me and my team celebrated the 1 year anniversary of our project. For over 4 years I have been part of a project entertainment related... I was supporting a company that produces movies that we all watch. And I was so proud of that! Tell you the truth, the positions I have been in had their perks (like seeing a clip of the movie before the release or even catching a glimpse of a poster that did not "make the cut" and was not approved). But after the while the downside of the project itself started to weight heavily on my health: I used to have only nightshifts. So after more than 4 years spent on the project I moved out and joined my current project, where I am only on dayshifts :) I get to see the sun and meet people... and I get to spent time outside with my future husband, while the sun is still up! And that is a true accomplishment!
Augusta - Augusta is a lovely boat located right next to the all pedestrian bridge over the Vistula, you know which one ;) The Lovers Bridge ;) (yes, that is the one with the locks and it is featured in the first picture of this post ;) no worries! I have it all covered!)
Augusta is a place created as a dream restaurant - at a high level, to be different than all the other restaurants. Therefore she is a restaurant on the water :) It was build from scratch on the hull of the barge close to sixty years ago, with attention to every detail and high quality of the finish. It combines warm wood color aesthetics of post-industrial aluminum construction elements. The minimalist, sophisticated form makes Augusta component architecture, which is inscribed in the landscape harmoniously. Located on the Vistula banks it gives them a hint of modern clarity.
> Children's Room
> Elevator and toilet for disabled
> Size Shoulder: length 40 m, width of 7.2 m
|Om nom nom time :)|
I shall no longer talk about the night but I will leave you with the rest of the pictures from Friday - Enjoy! :)
|Soft kitty, warm kitty...|
|Me and one of the lovely ladies in the project :)|
|Liudka has the credit for this particular photo ;)|
Hope you enjoyed the pictures :) I know I really had a nice time last Friday!
**I was not payed in any way to write this post - I did it out of love :) And I do recommend the Augusta for business meetings/dinners. It is quite nice - nice view especially in the night time!**
The LadyBug :)