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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 ...
Today I took a trip to Gdansk. It's part of the tri-cities and where I flew into. It's also where WWII started and the communist riots / strikes of 1980.
I had planned to do the free walking tour, put on by the same company as the ones we did in Kraków, however I was able to follow they're too a properly and ended up being 30mins late. I did wander around trying to find them, and gave up.
I used ...
... four day Open'er festival. The weather looks superb and summer appears to have arrived.
My journey today is as follows:
5am wake up
545am catch bus to DLR Stratford
630am catch bus to airport
715am check in at airport (I was early)
1045am depart London
155pm arrive in Gdnask (apparently Drake's sound engineers were on our ...
... RAF’s programme of Urban-Renewal that ran from 1941-1945, was extremely efficient. They managed to destroy anything of any interest and the Soviets either didn’t rebuilt it or if they did, it was done poorly!
So, back to our itinerary – we visited the Catherdral, which was rebuilt (except for the windows, which were replaced with painted boards) and is no longer a ...
... 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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