Qubus Hotel Gdansk
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Happy Wednesday everyone!
My best friend Ali said she liked messaging me because it was like going to the future. Made me laugh. Well I am in day four... I think. It is hard to say because Technically we landed at night so some of us believe that day doesn't count, some count it as a half day, and some count it as a full day. I count it as a full day. Hopefully, you can agree. I am a little concerned that I will start losing count very soon. I just had to do the math on ...
... is a small area on the coast and just to the left of the main sea port. Over 200 German soldiers came to attack the 86 Polish soldiers but it was a lot more difficult than they expected. For 7 days, the Polish army held them out by using the thick forest to their advantage. The Germans were spending their time clearing weeds to see who was shooting at them while the Poles were just up in trees with snipers. After an air bomb raid, a day without any food, and 7 ...
... door opened he was reunited with his wife Margarete. The family later moved south to Backnang, just to the northeast of Stuttgart.
Wally’s journey had taken her from West Prussia to Lower Saxony. Ours had taken us through her footsteps. We were now ready to embark on the next phase of our trip, visiting my son and daughter in Finland.
We had dinner that night along the waterfront in old town Gdansk. Of the recommendations ...
... 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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