Hotel Bartan Gdansk Seaside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... then 5 minutes if that at any point.
I've loved staying on the boat. I had my own room which looked over the water. At times it felt like I was the only person there. There are two decks and a big lounge room, which is styled like the 1950s, with old style radios and phones to boot.
Tomorrow I'm off to Warsaw. I'm really looking forward to Warsaw and learning about its history and ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... seaside it is one of the main ports, leading the city to be fought over by Germany and Poland for centuries. Westerplatte, Poland is the official start place of WW2. It was an interesting place to visit during such a turmoil time here in Eastern Europe. It was like walking around, you could almost feel heaviness. Reading about the start of the war and how hard the Polish fought to keep out the Germans, knowing their army was no match for a strong country like Germany, some ...
... done (oh, the bliss of having a whole suitcase of clothes to choose from...) I also got my hair cut there, as my fast-diminishing pot of hair gum acting as a hair length barometer was showing 'high pressure'. As I had a very short cut the day before I left the UK, it was also a reminder of how long I've been away.