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... 322;y mniej ciekawe), ale nie uniknęliśmy licznych dopłat po średnio 6 euro za wszystkie wejścia (zwiedzanie). Drenaz finansowy zapewniły nam tez wizyty w kafejkach, zdecydowanie większy niz wizyty w supermarkecie, ale w końcu jesteśmy na urlopie i tiramisu zjeść trzeba ;). Trzeba tez uwzględnić wysokie kaucje, zwłaszcza za samochód. Te kwoty są do zwrotu, ale dopiero po powrocie.
2. Relaks i luz ...
... one so big as to be unwieldy on a battlefield, but fine to be used in a siege when you have time to cock and load it.
As I mentioned before, the Middle Castle was where the Grand Master resided. His rooms were richly decorated and had central floor heating. The decorations we see today though are restorations based on early drawings. There are some original wall paintings from the 14th century left in the Grand Master’s bedroom. Next to the ...
... been redone were built to look very similar to what they would have looked like back before the bombs, and it makes you feel as if you have gone back in time! On the fist day I took a free walking tour of the city. We got to see a few cathedrals, city monuments, and a museum at the end. I got my first taste of polish food which was a delicious serving of curry wurst and sour kraut! We got to see some bands play in a music festival and ...
... and disease.
As we approached the building containing the crematorium, our group became very quiet. It was extremely emotional for those of us whose heritage bears a connection to these Nazi atrocities.
But not everyone shared our mood.
We’ve observed one family from our ship that has been loud and obnoxious each time we’ve seen them, and the Stutthof excursion was no exception.
They gathered ...
Today, Wednesday we are at Gdynia, Poland.
We’re going on a ship tour to Gdansk, about an hour drive and then a
bit of a walking tour of the old town. We also visited Solidarity Square and St
Mary’s Basilica, the world’s largest brick church (they say it can hold 25,000
people). The good news, there was no lighting strikes when we entered. The tour
guide was full-on didn’t stop talking. After about 20 minutes in the ...