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... made my way down to the waterline. Luck was with me as after a short time of looking, I managed to find a small speck of amber that had been washed up by the waves. I made my way back to the town to search out a place to eat dinner. Ended up having a decent salmon dish at a restaurant near the harbour. Made my way back to the apartment and being tired from my lack of sleep the past few nights, crawled into bed reasonably early.
... 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 ...
We’ve seen it all before.
One room held Kalashnikov rifles and a full scale model of a surface to air missile, similar to the one that recently shot down the Malaysian Airlines passenger jet over Ukraine.
There was no control room, just a glassed-off area in one room, containing two mannequins who appeared to be handling a radio and some other portable equipment.
One room held the remains of a ...
... is used for concerts and has a Museum to Immanuel Kant in the tower. We visited the Museum which was quite interesting but Nick struggled because all the information was either in Russian or German! We found Immanuel Kant’s Memorial, which is attached to the north-east corner of the Cathedral. After much walking around, we found the Bunker Museum which was CLOSED!!!
... very little international travel. New language, new food, new vistas etc. The people are fantastically generous. We look forward to keeping you posted with our posts.
Liliya & Curtis
* Moscow Rules # 2 Technology will always let you down
* Moscow Rules # 3 Murphy was right