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Travel Blogs from Gdansk
... the 10 commandments which was funny because the one for coveting they neighbors wife was a woman washing her foot but she pulled her dress up to her knee which was VERY scandalous back then I guess. The guide for our group said climb these stairs to the top and take your time. Well... 410 steps later we reached the top. We were out of breath but the view was amazing! The rest of the day was spent walking around talking about the communism era after World War II. It was really ...
... of tough to find a happy balance. Not missing home too much yet though. So many things to look forward to first.
Things I have learned: Not sure if I like this section or not but I'm going to give it a shot. Basically this is a summary of things I was told or read or saw today. So right now we are in Gdansk which used to be the richest, nicest cities in Poland. It was rich because it was home to the only sea port in all of Poland so you can imagine how ...
... Empire, and after the war, its shipbuilding yards became a major source of capital for Communist Poland. Funny thing though about the various “socialist workers societies,” sometimes the workers actually demand the promised benefits from their labors and attempt to hold their masters’ to account in providing such promised benefits. Such was the case for the workers of the Lenin Shipyards in Gdansk. Under the leadership of a ...
... their there was a great view of Gdansk you could see everything from there. Later that day we went to Oliwa cathedral in the cathedral there was this beautiful organ which gave the cathedral a great feel to it. With sunlight fading we quickly headed up to the Westerplatte here is where WWII began, the ruins of houses there are absolutely terrific where they have been preserved so ...
... not too dissimilar to Bruges with the buildings many of which had to be rebuilt after the war for the town suffered terribly. We found the main church St Mary's which had a tower you could go up for a panoramic view. Well, 400 steps later we found ourselves at the top. The view was certainly worth the climb. Found a splendid place for lunch which was very reasonably priced as ...
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