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... to Freedom exhibition, highly recommended by the guidebook, seemed totally shut. Instead we caught a local train to Sopot, slightly further north, and walked to the pier, and then along the beach, paddling in the sea. The sand was very white and fine, the day hot and sunny, and I've caught the sun!
In the evening we ate veggie food in Bioway, then wandered round the historic main town, most of which was completely rebuilt after the second world ...
... the River Motława, to the churches etc. I really like the buildings here. Every single one has a different design, art or scripture. It's so interesting to just look at every one of them. Managed to catch the sunset too yay! Waiting for the rest to come, they just landed! 9.30PM they're finally here! Went for a walk & dinner, was quite good & cheap. Every meal has some form of potato in it though Playing Cards against Humanity ...
... out of the maze of underground corridors it was around a fifteen minute walk to the centre of the 'old town' area. The walk itself has you passing stunning buildings and plenty of shopping so is a pleasant stroll (maybe unless you are pulling a wheelie case on the cobble stones!). Much of Gdansk was destroyed in WW2 and the reconstruction of the old town back ...
... 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.
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... s chambers was the Great Hall. This is where the Grand Master and the other commanders of the Order, received guests. It was also the seat of the Prussian kings in later times. The beautiful tiled floor contains heat ducts to keep the hall warm in winter while the walls were decorated with rich paintings. No original decorations survive from earlier than the late 19th century, except for one column capital which dates back to the 14th century. A lot ...