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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 ...
... it is disappointing after the beautiful scenes of our last stop. It is a restful nights’ sleep, however, and makes a good base for exploring Cluj.
On Saturday, Jonny takes me to a place he came to on his last trip to Romania – the salt mine in Turda. http://www.tourismontheedge.com/places/ europe/turda-salt-mine-romania.html This place is seemingly a little-known gem, as it is not on our map or in our guide book, but it is truly a wonder. We enter ...
Hmmmmm where to start?
I was riding towards Gdansk, it was a nice day, the roads were good.
Then this odd motorbike overtook.
I looked, as bikers do we waved, and then later on I caught up with him. I will say this shouldn't of happened because he knew this road and the traffic well, this I found out later.
I overtook, gave a smile at his bike, then pushed on.
Now this is when my weekend changed.
He came past me tapping his tank, ...
... the French restaurant on board tonight and then final stop, Bornholm, tomorrow. The French restaurant was once again great and this time I ticked another box, Escargot. Who would have thought a young bloke from Kogarah High eating this high brow stuff. Jerry and Sue with whom we have become friendly joined us but Sue's stay was short lived as a bit of sea sickness along with a fever kicked in. Time to let the gentle waves rock us to ...
... century, not sure which part but it’s certainly not the roof, that looks very new. An old split log building was part of the priests and farm workers quarters and is now a museum. Mostly it is one large room with narrow slab beds around the walls, one long table and a large wood fired stove. Of course this is only a modern interpretation of what it may have looked like centuries ago.The Faroes were settled by the Vikings around the same time as Iceland, ...