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Later that afternoon we decided to visit the Pawiak Prison Museum (It was free on Thursdays - not all my budget traveller instincts had left me yet!). We learnt about how the building had been built and used as prison by the Polish before the war but in the Second World War they took over the running of the prison. Rooms which were designed to hold 3 prisoners now homed 18 and looking at these rooms people would have pretty much been stood on top of each ...
... or soft boiled eggs, pastry, bread, and various types of coffees or tea and juice.) Weather is sunny today and believe the same in Warsaw. Left hotel about 11:20 AM to take train (Sbahn) to airport for 2:40 PM flight.
Arrived at Munich airport at 12:15. Checked our bags at the self-service luggage drop (scary since this is the first time we have checked our luggage on the trip). Went ...
... inebriated faster (from what we could tell)
Some people starting speaking in English next to us, so I asked them a few basic questions about the bar and we made small talk. After a couple minutes they walked back outside to smoke. Amanda urged me to go outside and make friends with them, so I did! I ended up chatting to them for a while and we got along well. They were interested in our trip, and why in the hell ...
... and what is the exchange rate to the US dollar? 2. Who was Nicolas Copernicus, where was he from, and what is he known for? 3. Who was Marie Skłodowska, where was she from, and what is she known for? 4. Who was Chopin, and where is his heart? 5. Besides Warsaw, what are some other cities with statues of mermaids? AP only: Remember the Esperanto international language? Who invented it and where was he ...
Gdansk for such a large city is very compact and it is easy to walk around. After stumbling into my hostel, I set out to find the Danzig Post Office. Danzig between the wars was actually neither Polish nor German it was a separate independent city-state. This can be seen
in the 1979 movie The Tin Drum directed by Volker Schlöndorff .One of the only Polish institutions in the city was the Post Office. In the ...