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... Zobaczymy, co z tego wyjdzie. Jak powszechnie wiadomo, chodzenie po bagnach wciąga, a tereny zawodowe są dość grząskie, zwłaszcza po urlopie ;), więc trudno wyrwać trochę czasu na retrospekcję urlopową.
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... Castle). Both castles there then surrounded by an outer bailey wall, studded with towers. The result was one of the most impregnable fortresses ever constructed. Indeed, after the crushing defeat at the Battle of Grunwald in 1410 that the Order suffered at the hands of the combined Polish and Lithuanian armies, the remnants of the Order were still able to hold off their enemies who besieged the castle shortly after the battle. That they were able to do so in their ...
Hello everyone!! Sorry again for my late postings!! Wifi is surprisingly hard to find, and when we do find it, it's hard to just sit there and be consumed by it when there's so much to see and to talk about! But that aside, Poland was incredible! The three days we were in port were spent in Gdansk. Gdansk is an absolutely beautiful city. It was completely destroyed during WWII, and still seems to be in construction. Many of the buildings ...
Even though the Oceania brochure said we would be in Gdansk today, we were actually docked in the nearby port city of Gdynia.
But our excursion today would take us inland to Stutthof, about 90 minutes away by bus, before returning to the ship via Gdansk.
After World War I, Gdansk was officially known as the Free City of Danzig, having been annexed by Prussia around the end of the 18th century.
... 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 ...