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... could book bus tickets to Vilnius for us, no, but you can use the computer over there. See the reason we did this is because you have to print out your ticket, I don't have a printer with me. Got through that one and got the tickets printed off but rang the bus service just to make sure we were on Wednesdays bus. It's a 9 hour trip there, hope they make plenty of refreshment stops AND have a toilet on board! PM - Time for lunch, what to eat with ...
... inches from him and that was kind of weird to me. I later saw an accordion and a suitcase next to him... did not notice when we walked by. There were also a few artists set up beside the fountain. We bought a couple little pieces. We did not stay in the square for long... Just long enough to see it and take some pictures.
So most of you probably know that almost all of Europe was bombed during WWII and nearly all of Poland ...
... Poles generally do not take individual responsibility to work together at a community level. For Daniel and Lucas this meant a lot of frustration getting individual apartment owners to actively come together to take care of the apartment building itself - hence they don’t get painted or cared for on the outside!
Gdansk for such a large city is very compact and it is easy to walk around. After stumbling into my hostel, I set out to find the Danzig Post Office. Danzig between the wars was actually neither Polish nor German it was a separate independent city-state. This can be seen
in the 1979 movie The Tin Drum directed by Volker Schlöndorff .One of the only Polish institutions in the city was the Post Office. In the ...
... up the courage to ask them if I could borrow their toboggan to go down the hill just once. IT WAS SO FUN!!!! Then I walked up the hill and raced them down! You can see the pictures in the gallery. Good times! 8)
Realising we still wanted to do more, Keven and I made our way to the Frederic Chopin Museum. Entry was free but we were so tired we started snoozing off when we listened to his beautiful music.
We came, We tobogganed, We Saw Warsaw!