Qubus Hotel Gdansk
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... world. Whatever ranking they have, it is still a rather impressive church – simple and majestic.
The Neptune Fountain is on the main street. It’s pretty much just another fountain, with water squirting everywhere. But the bronze sculpture of Neptune is very life-like. They hid it during the WWII.
Tired, we found a small al fresco café off the main street for a drink. It’s so enjoyable to sit outside and have ...
Sorry to leave but Russia beckons. We had a lovely ride, beautiful day and arrived early in Elk Poland. Lovely place and had a fabulous large room with private facilities, wine, beer and dinner with coffee for £53 Oh yes breakfast was also ...
... eventually occur because of neglecting dental hygiene, is 'not going to happen to me'. These attitudes toward health in general will exist, whether in the fields of dental hygiene, obesity, exercise, smoking etc., amongst people who are yet to experience the deleterious outcomes of their lifestyle choices. It can be no coincidence that people who look at the dentist having had numerous fillings done or rotten teeth removed often tend to manage their teeth ...
... occur on account of neglecting dental hygiene, is 'not going to happen to me'. These attitudes toward health in general will always exist, whether in the fields of dental hygiene, obesity, exercise, smoking etc., amongst people who are yet to enjoy the deleterious effects of their lifestyle choices. It really is no coincidence that people who check out the dentist having had numerous fillings done or rotten teeth removed often tend to take care of their teeth ...
... the Baltic, at last on recently opened motorways.
Gdansk was a very late addition to the itinerary. I am not sure why, because it should have been there from the first. In the story of the twentieth century, few places come bigger than Gdank, representing so much historically, politically and geographically. In 1919 Danzig was taken away from Germany at the Treaty of Versailles, and it was a bitter pill indeed. Although it had been accorded the ...