Travel Blogs from Kaliningrad
... the longest wooden pier in Europe, which was located directly behind the hotel. Despite the cold temperatures, there were several people walking along the beach and out on the pier. The next morning I bundled myself up and ventured out onto the beach. The sand was completely frozen over, making it very easy to walk on, and snow was interspersed throughout the shore. The water lapped up against the snowy bank on the shore. ...
Only 3 h to go and I'm ******** myself in here!!! Totally unprepared..sitting and editing pics like nothing is happening....but when only I look up on my back pack I'm going to a toilet straight away......you better keep your fingers crossed for me :D so I actually won't **** myself ;) heheh
LETS GET THIS WHOLE TRIP STARTED!!!!!!
WILL MISS YOU ALL AND SOME OF YOU I HAVE WITH ME ON MY BACK PACK....LOOK UP THE PICTURES
TAKE CARE PEEPS!!!!
... they like people they working with. Rare thing to hear! I pay big respect to those guys specially physical workers. I'm glad in my own home town there is a one happy place to work around.
Please note. Stocznia Gdansk and Stocznia Remontowa are two separate things to write about . Totally two different stories to describe! Hope one day I will get a chance to write about Stocznia Gdansk too but I know it won't be as ''beautiful'' there as in Stocznia ...
... my constant complaints as we crossed Russia was the total lack of any information in anything but Russian, but in Kaliningrad, it is almost bi-lingual – Russian & German!
We were here for only two nights, with the day in between to explore, and believe me, that was plenty of time. We did some research before coming here and decided that we wanted to visit the Bunker Museum, ...
... very little international travel. New language, new food, new vistas etc. The people are fantastically generous. We look forward to keeping you posted with our posts.
Liliya & Curtis
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