Hotel Stary Malbork
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... this medieval city, walking through the Golden Gate and making our way through the market. Carol from Australia joined Brenda and I for some lunch before heading back to the ship. In the evening, we boarded buses for a classical concert at the Poland Baltic Philharmonic. This a brand new complex that is supposed to have some of the best acoustics in Poland. It featured pianist Rafal Lewandowski and violinist Natalia Walewski performing the works ...
... a ferris wheel, mini golf, amphitheatre, boating lake (natural, but filled with man-made boats!), bowling alley, pool tables, table tennis and even a gift shop. Unbelievably, there is also wifi. We spend 40 minutes wandering around before getting a bit chilly and deciding to head back up. We are glad we brought hoodies – on average the mine is 10-15˚C. We then head back to our dingy campsite for another night.
When we finally get into Cluj on Sunday, there ...
... morning, between them they gave me a fabulous breakfast. There was sausage, scrambled egg, tomatoes, ham, bread, and best of all coffe.
I say this because they offered me tea, well you would, I said I'd be fine with water, but oh no coffee duly arrived.
The hospitality from two strangers was humbling.
We should all be more open to people, be more welcoming, and say hello!
You just never know what might happen
So the wedding you ...
... produced in bread. There is of course all of the other stalls selling all sorts of stuff appealing to both the locals and the tourists. We had a nice lunch of traditional Goulash soup with crusty bread washed down with a glass of red. Perfect for a cold day. A bit of a peek in an unimpressive museum that we hoped would tell us more about the role of the city in WW2 and then back to the ship for our penultimate night of the cruise. ...
... brush my teeth and jump in the shower. Feeling much more human, I changed clothes and headed off to the whole reason I was in this town: Malbork Castle.
Malbork Castle was the headquarters of the Knights of the Teutonic Order. Marienburg, as it was known back then, started life as a normal castle in the 14th century. But after the Holy Land was lost to the Muslims, the Order’s crusading focus had shifted from the Middle East to the Baltic. The ...