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... through which many of the inmates were first introduced to their new “home.”
One of the barracks contains the grim evidence of life in Stutthof.
We saw one room of overcrowded bunk beds where the inmates slept.
Other rooms displayed the bowls in which a meager ration of potato soup was served daily. Our guide said that most of the deaths, other than those in the gas chambers, resulted ...
This was a beautiful day at sea with no rain and sunshine all day. Many people were on top deck trying to get some sun rays so that they didn't look like they had been in a hospital all week!
We kept busy all day with on-board activities, wine tasting, afternoon tea, etc. We enjoyed the evening show, Las ...
... miles back down the coast, far too far to walk.
So, sandwiches made, water and books and towels in the rucksack and off we set. It was a lovely ride, dead flat country, dedicated cycle track to the park itself and then a relaxing ride through mixed pine and silver birch woods, with the large Łeba lake on the right and the sand dunes peeking through the trees on the left. The only down side was that whenever you stopped, a ...
... done 3 loads of washing and moved the boat to the fuelling berth to put in 93l of diesel, put her back and had breakfast.
It was a warm, sunny day albeit with a chill easterly wind still. As there was purported to be free internet (wifi) access here, I decided I should update the blog ie get the Word version I’d written up onto my blog site. Now people that know me well realise that I have ...
... and were rhythmically raising and lowering their rods, making the lures jig about 30m below the surface.
Once past the restricted area, we were able to turn through 30° or so and head in a shallow tangent towards Łeba, 27 miles away. Gradually, the coast became more defined and we were able to discern that which makes this part of Poland famous and unique, huge areas of sand dunes that constitute the Slowinsky National Park, 44,500 acres of them ...