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Dziwnow Poland 2023 - Part 1

For international Women's Day last year we decided to head up to the Polish coast again - this time to Dziwnow. Since the holiday was on a Wed we headed up Tues night, Raymond worked from there Thurs and Fri and we had the weekend to explore. This was taken at night when we got into our place where we were staying. 

Again right on the beach with views of the water from the living room!

I loved it!

First day it was off to explore

It was so cold the sand was frozen in places







All the frozen sand! I had never seen that before so that was fun









So cold I had to put my mask on to keep my face warm!


We made it to "town"

We had lunch here - this was an inlet to a pretty big water area/lakes that go down to Szcezcin. 



This sign says something like only beets throw garbage into the forest - don't be a beet! Which I found pretty funny. Don't be a beet!


Kitty in a tree

Town is really small, but there is this one walkway that has a ton of these with the names of famous Polish athletes which was fun to wander through




This was the square of friendship, with items representing each city, between Dziwnow, Gorzow Wielkopolski (cinder motorcycle which is popular there), Werneuchen (tree from their coat of arms and forest location), and Sosnowiec (mining cars for the coal from the city)

This was a memorial to the wounded Greek people in the Greek Civil War in 1949 who covertly were smuggled into Poland to receive care

Walking along the forested path by the beach

Sunset from out place!

The next day Raymond was working so I had some crocheting to do, but also took a small wander down the beach the other way




And walked back through the forest which was really nice




So nice being able to relax and enjoy the views, or take a wander down the beach! I love it on the coast!



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