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... 281;ksza,międzynarodowa wypozyczalnia, z kilkoma punktami w okolicy oraz lista pytań wstępnych przed wynajmem. Warto tez pamiętać, ze maksymalnie dwóch kierowców moze prowadzić wynajęty samochód i wcześniej się zastanowić nad tym, kto to będzie. Nam się trafił wspaniały kierowca, ale wolelibyśmy nie stresować naszego "Schumachera" ;) nagłymi zmianami planów.
4. Dobrze zrobiliśmy ...
... that stage anyway.
After two tours of the castle, and finally feeling satisfied with my visit, I left the castle via the river gate and crossed the river Nogat on the footbridge. I took some photos of the castle from the other side before returning back across. I had spent 5 hours in the castle and it was worth it. While the rest of Poland would have to wait for another trip, I’m glad I took to the time to see this mother of all castles. It was a very ...
Hello everyone!! Sorry again for my late postings!! Wifi is surprisingly hard to find, and when we do find it, it's hard to just sit there and be consumed by it when there's so much to see and to talk about! But that aside, Poland was incredible! The three days we were in port were spent in Gdansk. Gdansk is an absolutely beautiful city. It was completely destroyed during WWII, and still seems to be in construction. Many of the buildings ...
... political activities.
Stutthof has been turned into a museum, with many of the original relics displayed with informative signs in Polish, German, and English.
We were first shown a 20 minute documentary, filmed by the Russians shortly after they liberated the camp in May 1945. Our group was shown a version dubbed into English.
Then we walked past the original barbed wire fence and through the so-called ...
... every morning.
Since it was a sea day, lunch was being served down in the Botticelli dining room so we went down there for some lunch and once again got the chance to catch up with Na. While there the ship went under this really long bridge – I know it linked Denmark and somewhere else but not sure where – and no internet to google at the moment – I think it might be Germany. But an amazingly long bridge.