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Today is a beautiful modern, beach side city.
I'm in Gdynia to attend the four day Open'er festival. I chose Open'er as it had the most amount of acts I wanted to see - Chet faker, hozier, Mumford and sons, plus additional ones like flume, Tom Odell, disclosure and so on.
It has been a wonderful few days of music, heat, sun, beach, dumplings, vodka and shopping.
... These were all beautifully designed and all very individual.
I had lunch at bar ... Neptune, it was an old milk bar built in the communist era. I was disappointed in it, but it did the trick. When we water in Kraków we ate repeatedly at a lovely milk bar, maybe it was too new.
After lunch I walked all the way down the Marina, taking in the tall ships. There was a four day celebration ...
... Ryanair for everyone haha)
I took a bus to Gdynia and then walked to my hostel. Day was epic! So tonight I enjoyed a lovely meal of dumplings and chicken, with polish vodka on the side.
No Wimbledon for me this year, more stories to create instead. Today I realised I won't be seeing anyone I know for over two months. That feels so very ...
... description. There I usually write where the photo was taken or a little bit about my work. I will do that with the photos this time so you know what I am talking about. So included in this post are my works this year, many of which you have seen already, but I had to document them properly for the school so I have included them for you.
See you all in August. I will try and post some during my travels because I will have my computer with me for the first month! Love you all! ...
... longest wooden pier in Europe, at 515.5 metres, stretching out into the Bay of Gdańsk. The city is also famous for its Sopot International Song Festival, the largest such event in Europe after the Eurovision Song Contest. Among its other attractions is a fountain of bromide spring water, known as the "inhalation mushroom".