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Today's a relatively chilled day, went to the Gdańsk Market Hall for brunch where we got pastries & cakes, then walked around town a bit. Went to this restaurant called Tawerna for lunch, which was just okay. I had Bigot, a sausage with sauerkraut. On the train to Warsaw now, just sleeping all the way. The train is really impressive though, even better than the ones in ...
... Reading, London, Amsterdam, Warsaw, Vilnius, Riga).
The next day we wandered around the old town of Warsaw which is really pretty and well worth a visit. We also went to a museum about the Polish resistance during WW2 , climbed to the top of a crazy soviet tower building and then killed several hours sipping coffees before catching the midnight coach to Vilnius (from an admittedly dark, cold and depressing coach station).
... Bob Schmidt’s colleague had recommended. The place was very tiny and because it’s actually a chain, the menu was very extensive—20 pages long. We ordered a plate of mixed pirogies and a plate of sausages and sauerkraut and shared. We tried the local beer also. The weather was all over the place. It was rainy, windy and cold this morning when we started out but by the afternoon, ...
... a café to have a hot chocolate and warm up. This was like no hot chocolate I have ever had. This was a life changing hot chocolate, absolutely amazing it was thick like hot fudge.
Today was al little brighter than the day before so we had a look at the old town square, the light was "shinning" on the buildings picking up the postcard colours.
We also came across a cute yet obese pony in harness. There was nothing small about him at all. He was so overweight none ...
... Nothing”. This museum only opened this year in a beautiful building on a site that would have been part of the Jewish ghetto. Unfortunately, we visited a bit too early and the permanent exhibit was not yet open. We decided to start with a snack at the café, which was a beautiful space but contained nothing but some fruit juices and some muffins. After that, we joined a tour, which was basically an overview of what the museum would ...