Qubus Hotel Gdansk
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Another warm, beautiful day. Today we joined a group and went to Oliwa Cathedral located on the grounds of an old Cistercian monastery dating back to the 13th century. It houses three organs consisting of 7,876 tin and wood pipes which can imitate sounds of different instruments and natural voices. There are angels with instruments that play during some of the musical pieces. We listened to the most beautiful performance.
Afterwards, we had a guided tour of ...
... We leave Warsaw on Friday and travel to a campsite in the rural area of Ostroda. It is a family run business with the campsite on a lake that permits swimming and boating. We enjoy a swim in the lake and a cheap, tasty, traditional Polish meal in the ‘homecooked’ restaurant on site. Highly recommended is the barszcz soup – cold beetroot with boiled egg. Sounds odd, but is very tasty.
On Saturday as we drive towards Gdansk, the weather changes ...
... br> As we rode he stopped again, to put some oil in his bike, he had mentioned he was coming up to a family wedding and he then asked would I like to come to this wedding on Saturday, as not many people can come to this country and experience such a thing.
I said that would be so cool, he called his family and hey I was guest.
But first the night with the guys!
We dropped the bikes off got, some beers while we waited, got picked up ...
... despite cloudy skies and cold temperatures we ambled from street to street taking in this lovely town. It seems like everywhere we go it is festival time and today is no different. It is Sunday so it starts out quietly but then the crowds begin to come to celebrate the "Festival of the Bread" of all things, Not sure of the history behind this monumental event but there are bread stores of all descriptions displaying various ...
... turbines were making good use of the wind, not sure how well the many solar farms would have been doing as we saw little sun, though the days were quite bright mostly and L thinks they work quite well in such conditions.We stopped and had a look Greifswald. It is a university city and as we walked past classes must have just finished as there were hundreds of bicycles parked outside and quite suddenly there was an equal number of noisy students clutching ...