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Well today is my last day in Gdynia, Poland. And it been great! I stayed on a boat, the weather is warm, the people friendly and Open'er has been fab.
Gdynia is located on the coast and is part of the Tricity area, which includes Sopot and Gdnask. Gdynia was formed during the 1919 treaty of Versailles. At one stage, between WWI and WWII it was freely governed in its own, free from both Germany ...
... yard in 1980 and Poland's rise out of communist rule and into freedom. Laid out across seven rooms, the story is visually told through artefacts, videos, sets and so on.
I'd like to learn more about why the communist regime was allowed to last so long, who paid for the rebuilding of the cities and more about the strikes.
After the museum I took the train back to Gdynia to attend day 3 of ...
... 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 ...
... is used for concerts and has a Museum to Immanuel Kant in the tower. We visited the Museum which was quite interesting but Nick struggled because all the information was either in Russian or German! We found Immanuel Kant’s Memorial, which is attached to the north-east corner of the Cathedral. After much walking around, we found the Bunker Museum which was CLOSED!!!
... very little international travel. New language, new food, new vistas etc. The people are fantastically generous. We look forward to keeping you posted with our posts.
Liliya & Curtis
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