By Thomas Rye on November 3, 2008
We are seeing history that long out dates the United States as a country (even the slightest idea of the United States) by several hundred years. This cathedral is the oldest cathedral in all of Poland. It was build around 968 AD. For reference, this was before Leif Eriksson discovered North America.
We walked across town to […]
By Thomas Rye on November 2, 2008
Our accommodations in Poznan, Poland are quite comfortable. Thanks to Everett and Rhonda Tustin for graciously opening up their guest flat to us. The buildings here were built at the turn of the century, the last century, around 1908. In a few more months the buildings will be over 100 years old. They’ve seen a lot of […]
By Thomas Rye on November 1, 2008
Poznan and Gdansk have great public transportation. Both cities make it easy for anyone to get around without a car. Taxis are always available though not the cheapest method of cross-city connection. There are trams running on every street almost. The secret is that the trams are on an honor system that most Poles don’t […]