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... you research a little about Poland's solidarity movement. You would be surprised how much you don't know. I ask you to research it because I am not sure I can talk about it anymore. It honestly has consumed the last two days. Oh and our tour guide was handsome and had an incredible accent (polish/british/american).
Wednesday the group traveled to a castle in Malbork. It has a different name but it is mostly referred to as Malbork castle. It was a castle controlled by ...
... service, free buffet breakfast, and the place is, in general, well maintained. It is also pretty close to the main square so the walking hasn't been bad.
Eating/sleeping: I slept like a rock last night but I am not sure if that was my exhaustion or the few beers in me. Yes buying alcohol here is not only legal but extremely easy. there is a 24 hour liquor store just down the street. I could buy a 4 pack of pretty big beers for $0.60 so gotta watch out ...
... to evacuate the only home area they had known, they decided to join Hilla in Seesen. By this time, Wally was 11, Ilsa 6, and Manfred just 5, when they packed up their belonging and made their way north towards Danzig which was still in German hands.
During their journey, Wally’s mother Margarete became incapacitated, which left Wally in charge of the family. By the time they reached Danzig, they could hear the near non-stop roaring ...
... their there was a great view of Gdansk you could see everything from there. Later that day we went to Oliwa cathedral in the cathedral there was this beautiful organ which gave the cathedral a great feel to it. With sunlight fading we quickly headed up to the Westerplatte here is where WWII began, the ruins of houses there are absolutely terrific where they have been preserved so ...
... to see us arrive in Gdansk. It was a beautiful morning. We were moored about eight miles out of town so had to take the shuttle bus. We had no pre conceived ideas about Gdansk so were very pleasantly surprised when we got to the old town. Gdansk was where Lech Walesa started the Solidarity movement in the docks which eventually led to the fall of communism in Eastern Europe. ...
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