Novotel Gdansk Centrum
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Well where do we start with such a lovely place as Gdansk.
Located on the Baltic Coast it is indeed a small island paradise.
While we were there the St Nicolas Fair was on in the Old Town. The Old Town is a beautiful, beautiful, beautiful place. There are four cathedrals and gorgoeus cobbled streets where the locals have their …
... had a snickers bar for dinner tonight. And I am having a cheese and ham sandwich for breakfast because the omelet line is always backed up. I really really hope the cafeteria at school with have a wide variety of options because I want to try new things but it is just not in the budget right now. I'll work on it.
Things we have done: I read over my post and realized I didn't discuss a lot of the activities we did but just what we learned so I will catch you up here! ...
... 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 ...
... three sons. My lovely cousin, Sheila, who is our Mantei family historian, sent me a message with the details which I've included for the Mantei family.
Gottlieb's grandparents, Daniel Biberdorf (b. 1689) from Schiefenhorst, Prussia and Catharina Leitzen (b. 1693) also from Schiefenhorst, Prussia had six children, one of whom was Daniel, Gottlieb's father. Daniel (the 2nd) Biberdorf (b. 1725) in Bohnsack, Prussia married Regina Uln (b. 1722) in ...
... to put her back in. In the end, the government flinched and made concessions to the unions, and the unions kept upping their pressure. Ultimately the communist government of Poland collapsed, opening a breach in the iron curtain of Eastern Europe. The rest of the blocks crumbled one by one.
The reality of poor train schedules between Gdansk and Germany, plus the ferry schedule from Germany to Finland, meant that we were stuck with just ...
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