On average, I eat 365 croissants a year. So when planning a trip to Poland last weekend, imagine my delight when I learned of a croissant museum in the city of Poznań. Its website offered a few clues, but unleashed more mysteries for every question answered.
Last year close to 800,000 people attended Polish Woodstock, almost double the size of the original festival in New York. The crowd was almost entirely Polish, with a smattering of Germans and a few other Europeans. Tents, tarpaulins, and parked cars carpeted a sprawling expanse of dusty land, reaching over a hill into the forest.