Random Rzeczy (things)

Cobblestones have a super-cool look, but if you walk on them too much your feet will hurt.


The Polish language does not have the letters Q or V. (The W sounds like an English V, and really, why does any language need a Q?). Nevertheless, if you attend a football match at Stadion Gdansk, you might be seated in Section Q.


I have three house keys, but one is my favorite. I love my long fancy key.


In Gdansk the bikes are more like pedestrians than cars. In many places, they have their own trail (in red) that borders the pedestrian sidewalk. When crossing streets as a pedestrian, it’s important to look both ways before crossing the red bicycle trail, even before getting to the road. If there isn’t a designated bicycle lane, cyclists use (at least what I’ve noticed) the wide sidewalks and don’t join cars on the streets, as is expected in the US.

2 thoughts on “Random Rzeczy (things)

  1. What, no Q? How do they survive?? That is a very cool key. I am trying to picture the inside of the keyhole, how it fits into…what are they called, tumblers? Sounds like you are having a good and ‘educational’ time over there, nothing less than I would expect from a couple of teachers! Stay safe 🙂 ~Sheila 🤓~

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