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Travel Blogs from Borkowo
... I have not been as adventurous with food yet as I would like. Yes, I could have had weird grilled fish or head cheese (look it up please, unless you are eating then wait) for breakfast but yogurt and a ham and cheese sandwich sounded much better. I also had a real pierogi and it was delicious. Pierogi Ruskie with cottage cheese and potatoes with grilled onions and alfalfa sprouts for $6. Pretty worth it. I need to find healthier alternatives though because I'm ...
... of Polish rule, periods of German and Prussian rule, and a couple of spells as a free city. Due to its location on the Baltic Sea and proximity to several large rivers, it was known as an important seaport and shipbuilding centre and has an impressive industrial area.
Unbeknownst to me during my stay there, I have an ancestor named Gottlieb Biberdorf, a sea captain, who was born in Gdansk in 1748 and died at sea in 1790. He was married to Kristina Bark ...
... Warsaw was at a meeting point in a hotel. Our subsequent drop off in Gdansk was at a travel agency about a half-mile from our hotel. Adding in the construction zone and a religious procession, it took us almost 45-minutes to get there.
The travel agent was busy with customers, so we waited and waited. Finally she had a break and called Europcar, who then told us to just leave the keys with the travel agent and we could be on our way. We ...
Last night I took a flight here to where I am this morning In Gdansk when I was here I saw some of the most beautiful and historic boats in the world, these boats still had all the old sails and everything it was just amazing how people can preserve these things and not have to worry about people doing graffiti on the boats. While I was still in Gdansk I decided to go to the ski ...
... not too dissimilar to Bruges with the buildings many of which had to be rebuilt after the war for the town suffered terribly. We found the main church St Mary's which had a tower you could go up for a panoramic view. Well, 400 steps later we found ourselves at the top. The view was certainly worth the climb. Found a splendid place for lunch which was very reasonably priced as ...
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