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Travel Blogs from Malbork
... I had lunch at a restaurant in the town of Tczew called Hot Paper, a Polish-French fusion restaurant. The food was delicious, flavorful and comforting.
By 4pm I was back at the airport, boarding a plane to Frankfurt for transfer to Budapest. Despite having to sprint to my connecting flight in Frankfurt, I made it to Budapest by 11pm, checking into the hotel and crashing into bed immediately.
Only 3 h to go and I'm ******** myself in here!!! Totally unprepared..sitting and editing pics like nothing is happening....but when only I look up on my back pack I'm going to a toilet straight away......you better keep your fingers crossed for me :D so I actually won't **** myself ;) heheh
LETS GET THIS WHOLE TRIP STARTED!!!!!!
WILL MISS YOU ALL AND SOME OF YOU I HAVE WITH ME ON MY BACK PACK....LOOK UP THE PICTURES
TAKE CARE PEEPS!!!!
Home sweet home...but is it really? In my case this is a situation of love and hate.
I will start with a hate part first.
I don't like this country from a few reasons.
My real experience with Poland started when I became to work in here. I really didn't like it and still nothing has changed about that. They call Polish hard workers and I'm sure they are, no doubt about it.....I'm just impressed people at work are still managing to find ...
We had breakfast in a cafe in the town square before catching the train to the town of Malbork which took 45 minutes. Lucky dad can speak Polish the polish train stations are very confusing. The train was like the Harry Potter train with your own cabin. The train travelled through fields and small towns. Malbork castle is the largest gothic castle in the world with 21 hectares of buildings - the largest brick structure ...
... guide. With our belief that guided tours are more evil than a James Bond villain the latter was a no brainer. The audio guides allowed us to cruise through at our own pace skipping the uninteresting parts while focusing on finding out the answers to the lesser known historical queries such as "Were medieval toilets comfortable?" ... You know, the important stuff.