Arriving into the port of Gdynia, Poland
Tour buses waiting at the Gdynia dock
View of the city from the ship
Lots of shipping operations here
Back of the ship entering the dock area
While waiting for the ship to dock in Gdynia, we toured the top level of the ship
Huge outdoor movie screen
And basketball hoops!
Two hot tubs surround one of many pools
Tour bus brigade ready!
On the bus to Gdansk!
Colorful apartment buildings
City market along the way
The Green Gate in Gdansk. There are four arched passages through this gate and there is a symbol over each: The eagle of the Prussian Kings, and the emblems of Poland, Gdansk, and Royal Prussia.
Beautiful individualized buildings along the streets
Pirate ship at the pier for tourists
Neat architecture with the individualized buildings
Along the harbor in Gdansk, a small section was left just as it was after the war - total ruins - as a reminder of how devastating the war was.
More remnants of the war
Beautiful streets with the Old Cathedral in the distance
Fish-themed tiles on side of building....look closely at the designs!
Interesting decor to house the gutter system along the streets
St Mary's Church - largest brick church in the world
Inside St. Mary's Church
Looking back where we just entered the church
Inside the church is room for 25,000 people.
Clock built in 1460's. This clock tells not only time, but also the day, month, lunar phase, the positions of the sun and moon in relation to the Zodiac.
Adam and Eve ring bells from atop.
The Alter depicts God the Father, Mary, and Christ sitting together on three incredible thrones
One of the pulpits
Another tower of St. Mary's Church as we exit
Along the streets of Gdansk