Thursday, June 19, 2014

Friday.

 

 

Poland was the first country we visited. And on a lovely sunny day .

Gdynia is a small town at the Baltic sea .We took the shuttlebus and the driver drove us to the harbor where there was not much for us to do. There were a few old warships which were visited by lots of schoolkids, whole classes I imagined.We walked a bit , looked around and then we went back to the ship. I am sure there was lots more to do but this just  was not our day .

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The first thing we saw when we got out of the bus : Starbucks., also in Poland.

Mmmm nice coffee.

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And keep the place clean folks. Can’t read any of it but I am sure I got it right: )))

 

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Lots of fountains but they were not working at this time.

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In these countries we saw many murals.

Fences in front of the windows too.

 

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The old man was struggling with his bike so he walked . There were lots of benches around so he rested a  lot.

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And you know what , there even was a KFC.

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One of the small warships.

 

I am linking this post to Good Fences :http://run-a-roundranch.blogspot.ca/

Skywatch Friday:http://skyley.blogspot.nl/

and Weekend Reflections :http://weekendreflection.blogspot.nl/

Thank you to the hosts.

19 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

thank you for linking in, riet! it looks like it was pretty quiet while you were there! :)

Filip Demuinck said...

It looks very nice, certainly the fountain with the mushroom like statues.

Greetings,
Filip

eileeninmd said...

Glad you had a nice day for your visit to Poland. Starbucks seems to be everywhere. The murals are colorful and pretty. Thanks for sharing your visit. Have a happy weekend!

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Oh nice takes. I enjoyed all.

"Création" said...

Lieve Rietje,

Wat jammer dat al die mooie fonteinen niet in werking waren.
Dat lijkt me echt fantastisch om
te zien.
In ieder geval hebben jullie meteen
een lekkere koffieshop gevonden.
En was de koffie in Polen Lekker?

Het lijkt me wel erg druk staan al
die muurschilderingen, wel heel
grappig om te zien dat ieder land
weer zijn eigen gewoontes heeft.

Veel liefs,
Josephine

Home and Lifestyle said...

De S.tarbucks, dat was wel een hele mooie binnenkomer ;-). Ik ben benieuwd naar het vervolg van je reis!

Alvast een fijn weekend, Riet. Liefs, Ingrid

Christian Weiß said...

Beautiful capture.

Felicia said...

lovely images.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Thanks for sharing these pictures. It is interesting to see how another country looks.

edenhills said...

It looks like you saw a lot of interesting sights!

Hazel Ceej said...

Illustrations help a lot. Love the warship!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

A quiet town it looks like, I love the picture of the man and bike. I never can get good people pictures. So funny that Starbucks was the first thing you saw there. (It is good coffee) but I imagine you would rather see something unique to each country.

biebkriebels said...

Dat is jammer dat er niet zo veel te zien was, een Starbucks en KFC is niet echt het bezoeken waard. Het oorlogschip ziet er indrukwekkend uit, ligt het klaar voor Rusland?

Ruth Kelly said...

Poland is one of the countries I wish to visit. I have roots there and I especially enjoyed your selection of photos.

afanja said...

Dat was een stille, bijna wat kille start. Hopelijk viel er bij de volgende stops wat meer te zien en te beleven.

Karen said...

A lovely series of shots. Lot's of American franchises all over the world

Viera said...

Beautiful photos... lovely moments...Well done

Andrea Priebe said...

Some might say you were there at the wrong time because eveerything was so quiet, but I think I would have liked it that way ... everthing except, I think I would have wanted to see the fountains flowing. A lovely, peaceful walk where I have never been ... Thank you, Riet ... it was a pleasure.

Andrea @ From the Sol

bailey-road.com said...

Great photos. I love the shot of the man and his bike.