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... dlatego unikamy celowo organizowanych wycieczek, ale bez ścisłego planowania taty daleko byśmy nie ujechali. Wybranie się na wycieczkę z kimś, kto juz tam był, choćby tylko poprzez Google Earth ;) niezwykle usprawnia zwiedzanie.
3. Cenimy włoski luz, ale jak się okazało, lepiej go nie stosować przy wynajmie samochodu. W tym obszarze wolelibyśmy niemiecką precyzję ;). Następnym razem ...
... 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 ...
... night at some local pubs! The next day I spent some time walking around outside the city. I had gotten to the top of a cathedral and are all around and saw a park I wanted to try and find. I found it eventually and to my surprise it consisted of abandoned nazi bunkers which was really cool to explore. Everything we bought was super cheap, and everything we saw was beautiful, so Gdansk, Poland is definitely somewhere I would like to return ...
... and disease.
As we approached the building containing the crematorium, our group became very quiet. It was extremely emotional for those of us whose heritage bears a connection to these Nazi atrocities.
But not everyone shared our mood.
We’ve observed one family from our ship that has been loud and obnoxious each time we’ve seen them, and the Stutthof excursion was no exception.
They gathered ...
... the city. We passed a big thermometer in a glass case, which Andrew explained to us was there in honor of physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit who, in Gdansk in 1724, invented the temperature scale named after him. We walked toward the river, passing shops filled with Baltic amber and Gold Wasser (a liquor with flakes of real gold in it). At the river we saw the restored medieval Port Crane (now a symbol of the city). The crane worked entirely by ...