Hostel Przy Targu Rybnym
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September 22 to October 3, 2015 Gdansk
Made to feel at home in Poland
Duty called. "Admin" needed to be attended to in Gdansk. Some things, especially if one doesn't speak Polish, are better dealt with in person. This meant we had to go back to Gdansk, Poland at the end of September. The trip back from South Poland was quite hasty. No time to linger or explore. In Zamosc we learnt ...
... Unfortunately with the season having ended we didn't get to see it. We headed on an awful busy fast road to Gdansk and found our Villa in the suburbs on the hill above the city. Having settled in we headed down to town to check it out. Wow what an amazing city. This also rebuilt after complete annihilation of the worst kind by the Soviets in 1945. It's beautifully restored and has a lovely feel. ...
... to the sheer number of jellyfish and the consistently rainy weather, but we manage to find plenty to do. We visit Malbork castle, the ‘biggest gothic castle in Europe,’ explore Sopot and Gdansk towns, spend an evening at the outdoor cinema on the pier in Gdansk, take a boat trip (and back) to Hel, have an early party for Jonny’s birthday and play an epic game of Carcassonne. We also go to see the Baltic String Quartet on our last night, a weirdly intimate ...
Hmmmmm where to start?
I was riding towards Gdansk, it was a nice day, the roads were good.
Then this odd motorbike overtook.
I looked, as bikers do we waved, and then later on I caught up with him. I will say this shouldn't of happened because he knew this road and the traffic well, this I found out later.
I overtook, gave a smile at his bike, then pushed on.
Now this is when my weekend changed.
He came past me tapping his tank, ...
... produced in bread. There is of course all of the other stalls selling all sorts of stuff appealing to both the locals and the tourists. We had a nice lunch of traditional Goulash soup with crusty bread washed down with a glass of red. Perfect for a cold day. A bit of a peek in an unimpressive museum that we hoped would tell us more about the role of the city in WW2 and then back to the ship for our penultimate night of the cruise. ...