Pica Paca Hotel
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... 322;y mniej ciekawe), ale nie uniknęliśmy licznych dopłat po średnio 6 euro za wszystkie wejścia (zwiedzanie). Drenaz finansowy zapewniły nam tez wizyty w kafejkach, zdecydowanie większy niz wizyty w supermarkecie, ale w końcu jesteśmy na urlopie i tiramisu zjeść trzeba ;). Trzeba tez uwzględnić wysokie kaucje, zwłaszcza za samochód. Te kwoty są do zwrotu, ale dopiero po powrocie.
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... is a testament to the castle’s defences.
I bought my admission ticket and I really wanted to get an audioguide but they had run out. I was disappointed because I wanted to get the additional information you get with such guides, but I figured I’d be able to get enough from the information signs in the castle. I went in through the main gatehouse and was awestruck at the size of the red brick buildings. A lot of it has been restored, as the castle ...
... been redone were built to look very similar to what they would have looked like back before the bombs, and it makes you feel as if you have gone back in time! On the fist day I took a free walking tour of the city. We got to see a few cathedrals, city monuments, and a museum at the end. I got my first taste of polish food which was a delicious serving of curry wurst and sour kraut! We got to see some bands play in a music festival and ...
... began in Danzig on September 1, 1939.
The very next day, the Nazis, who had done a lot of prior research, began rounding up the city’s Jews, as well as the Polish intelligentsia and potential troublemakers, and shipped them off to Stutthof, the first step in what would become one of the region’s most notorious concentration camps.
Our guide’s father was one of the earliest inmates. He was picked up ...
... power – as many as 20 workers at a time would climb the steps of the large tread wheel inside the crane to hoist cargo into ships. We walked through a 4th gate, St. Mary’s Gate, and then down the pretty terraced Mariackna Lane to St. Mary’s Cathedral. The church was beautiful inside and featured an astrological clock similar to the one in Prague, but on a smaller scale. It is the largest brick church in Europe and holds an amazing ...