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... has some fine buildings but I think it is very glad today to have been the birthplace of the astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, as this seems to be its key draw. Souvenirs of the astronomer are available in every medium imaginable. Should you wish, you can even eat Mr Copernicus in gingerbread form.
Mamy piękną działkę. 350 metrów kw, dom z drewna, domek narzędziowy, duży trawnik. To co lubię najbardziej to duża ilość różnych odmian drzewek iglastych.
Wczoraj pojechaliśmy ściąć trawę i nieco ogarnąć przed zimą. Pogoda była jak na jesień bardzo ciepła.
... for example is Vra Slav A. Anyway, Google Translate on my phone is invaluable for learning the pronunciations of words and cities. Wroclaw is much larger and also wasn't damaged during the wars. You may have heard of Breslau, Germany. That's the same city. It was a Prussian, Czech, then German, and now Polish city. All the same one!
I just pray to god that they have lard and pickles as appetizers there.
... gingerbread our stomachs have been well taken care of. As for our hearts, well ... not so much. The food here is awesome, although maybe just a little rich.
Torun is one of the few Polish cities to come out of the wars unscathed and it shows. The gothic old town is massive and fully original. The cobblestone streets are echoing with life at all times and ...
An early morning train to Torun. The train takes about 3 hours travelling through the country. We pass lots of farms and forests. People are collecting mushrooms and the leaves are changing colour but have not fallen. There are wild flowers along the train tracks from summer. Working out which train carriage we should sit in is hard, but getting our luggage on the train and up into the luggage rack is ...