|Leaving Gdansk, we saw shipyard |
after shipyard; we'd never seen one so big
even though we've spent a lot of time on the
|Marianne - I thought of you seeing|
this ship from Denmark.
|Arriving in Sopot immediately off our boat, |
we watched this guy perform acrobatic stunts
diving into the water, doing summersaults, etc.
|Walking toward shore on the 'Molo:'|
at more than 1600 ft long, it's Europe's
longest wooden entertainment pier.
|Coming into town at the end of the pier;|
people wanting to walk on the pier from town
have to pay 5ZL or $1.66.
the so-called Crooked House. Hard drinking Poles refer to it as the 'Drunken House' and say that when it looks straight, it's time to stop drinking!
|In front of Golden Gate.|