I will always love Poland, and Gdansk is one of my favorite cities in the world.
Strolling along the water and the beautiful Mariacka street is a feast for all your senses.
I keep returning…about every second year. This year, the Sharpei beauty was sitting on his steps the whole day. Posted this one before, I am sure…
We came for the WWII museum this time, very well organized, but so depressing that I returned to Mariacka afterwards, to heal.
Details that intrigue me – the Gargoyles, the steps and stairs – and the beautiful doors.
Guess who was waiting there?
Until next time! ♥
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Gosh what a beautiful city! Super images 🙂
Thank you, Julie! Happy to share my favorites!
Thank you for the beautiful strolling, AC!
I left a comment to your future post yesterday. It’s not there. Could you check your spam folder to see it went there. Thanks!
Ah, thank you, Amy! I will check it right on!
Found your lovely entry, but no other comment!
Thank you for checking. I think I missed most comments I made the past two weeks. 😦
This is amazing indeed. I loved all of your pictures
That was very kind of you to say! Thank you!
You’re very welcome Leya and I really mean it, you took great shots
I would return there, too. It’s beautiful!! If you were so inclined, you could link this to Norm’s Thursday Doors post, as you have some beautiful door in your gallery (https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2020/02/06/thursday-doors-february-6-2020/.) What a lovely, lovely city!
Happy to take you there, Janet! Thank you for the link too. If I can find the time and everything, I will.
The street with the cobblestones along the river seems so inviting. I can see how you would enjoy walking there.
Yes, and friendly people!
I totally love your pictures and especially the top image, but also the ones with boats – all beautiful!
How wonderful, Tatiana! Thank you. But it is easy to get lovely images in a beautiful city…
What a lovely city. Thanks for taking me along A-C 🙂
Thank you for coming, Brian! I’d love to buy you a coffee or a beer!
Sounds good to me
Beautiful photos , I have never been to that part of Poland .
For me it is the easiest part! I take the ferry first and then the train. Very simple to get to all that beauty and good food! Glad you liked the photos.
Oh that’s really close.. 😃
I have Gdańsk on my radar….
Don’t turn it off!
😊😊 I shall want somebody to go with!
I could send a message next time we go – to make it possible to meet up maybe? But it is not in our plans right now.
Well, that would be good when it is next in your plans!
I envy you Gdansk! It is reminiscent of so many Polish cities I know, and yet has a Baltic personality of its own. 🙂 🙂
I too love this city. And though the WWII museum makes for a difficult afternoon, it was especially interesting in having a central European perspective, rather than being British-centric, as we are used to.
True – it is very organized and focused.
What a beautiful representation of a beautiful city.
Glad it resonated with you, Michael. It is indeed a beautiful city.
Love your photos. Your palette hues are very soothing
Glad you love the palette of Gdansk, Sandy!
What a sweet post, just for me. With dogs and doors you can’t go wrong. ❤ I'd love to visit Gdansk one day.
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