Orbis Gdynia Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... some change as the public restrooms require payment for access. We have met so many people on our ship. Here are just some: Bruce and Stella from Ottowa Lenore and Lynn from Vancouver Patti and Lou from Memphis, TN Gordon from Winter Park, FL Ron and Janet from NC Carol from Sydney area The couple from New Zealand that Brenda had dreamed about (he killed her but glad to report we saw them alive and she is well) Many others but can't remember all the ...
... in a campsite in Kosice, happily discuss our brief voyage through Hungary.
The next day is the 21st and as we are beginning to say quite a lot, “another day, another country!” – this time, we are headed for Poland. We drive most of the day to Rzesów and stop in a TIR stop on the 19. TIR stops are really for lorry drivers, but are a good, usually cheap alternative for us. They are free or cheap and often have useful facilities such as ...
... sorry if I spelt that wrong, then went back to Mirek's apartment via an off licence to get and, to drink quite a lot more beer. During the evening we had a lot of fun, took some pics, and at some point decided to go get hotdogs. They said I could wait there, but I insisted I came along, they had not let me pay for anything, and that I should at least buy the hotdogs
Leszek and I slept on the bed, whilst I assume Mirek slept on the couch.
... 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. ...
... expensive food.We visited a site not far from Torshavn where there is a ruin of a cathedral from the 15th century that is presently propped up with steel cables and the top of the walls are boxed in except where there is scaffolding, that area is enveloped in plastic wrap. It really does nothing for the ascetic of the place but L supposed is it better than having it fall down on visiting tourists. The church next to it is older with some part of it dating from ...