Travel Blogs from Gdynia
Today, Wednesday we are at Gdynia, Poland.
We’re going on a ship tour to Gdansk, about an hour drive and then a
bit of a walking tour of the old town. We also visited Solidarity Square and St
Mary’s Basilica, the world’s largest brick church (they say it can hold 25,000
people). The good news, there was no lighting strikes when we entered. The tour
guide was full-on didn’t stop talking. After about 20 minutes in the ...
We made our own way into Gdansk rather than the ship's shuttle bus. The ship arrived at the port of Gdynia and then walked 45 mins to the train station. It was another hot day. The port is a shipbuilding area with lots of cranes and there was a naval ...
Sorry to leave but Russia beckons. We had a lovely ride, beautiful day and arrived early in Elk Poland. Lovely place and had a fabulous large room with private facilities, wine, beer and dinner with coffee for £53 Oh yes breakfast was also ...
Our company is continually told of the necessity of brushing our teeth, whether it be from your dentist, a doctor, the NHS, the federal government or maybe our parents, the message that is certainly always put across, that keeping your teeth neat and maintaining a hygienic mouth is good and will prevent all manner of painful, unsightly and uncomfortable dental problems, just is not going to often get through to everyone. Dentists see thousands of patients every year ...
... the advice in the world will never convince some individuals that remembering to clean up their teeth each morning and night will be worth the effort. A well known approach in schools would be to demonstrate to children so what can occur to teeth if dental hygiene will not be maintained. The most popular problems a result of plaque strengthening on teeth and poor oral hygiene include gum disease, gingivitis (gum infection), cavities forming in teeth which ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center