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... and settled there to create the first capital of Poland. This was a terrible mistake. Poland is very flat, has no natural obstructions, and throughout history has been everyone’s idea of a great place for a battlefied.
After a picnic lunch in a park, we strolled past the palace, where bleachers were being set up in preparation for tomorrow, which is the Fete National (National Festival) and which we’ll be missing. The palace ...
... of one of the local specialties - delicious, double-cooked fries which I ate, like the locals, with mayonnaise. Intending to call it a day and head out to my host’s place, I stopped by the Church of the Notre Dame and bumped into Maud, the French girl who’d been in my dorm. We spent the next few hours wandering around chatting, visiting the Palais Justice, the one remaining gate from the city’s medieval walls, another few churches and finally an interesting pub for ...
... exclaimed "We have to learn English, because English speaking people do not bother to learn other languages" - this is indeed true. It might have also helped us that we knew our way around Paris already this time and we are now A LOT more travel savvy than before. We were looking forward to the evening because tonight at 9pm we see the one... the only... MOULIN ROUGE!!! The moulin rouge lived up to (and surpassed) every expectation I had. It was glamorous, ...
... a little bit of bile into my mouth. My eyes were watering and my hands were shaking and felt like I had pins and needles. Nathan thought that is was hilarious. We arrived late at night but we made it to Paris ok and found our accommodation easily which was Saint Christopher's Inn (the same place that we stayed at last time were in Paris). The last thing we did before we went to bed was book tickets online to see the Moulin Rouge tomorrow night! Super ...
... Crusader army of Count of Flanders Baldwin IX in 1204, during the Fourth Crusade. Baldwin IX probably sent the Holy Blood, looted from the Byzantines, to Bruges shortly thereafter. The manner in which the rock-crystal vial is cut also suggests an origin in Constantinople.2) St. Salvator's Cathedral - traces back to the 9th century, main parts of the church were build in the 14th ...