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Rewal Poland Feb 2024 Part 1

The beginning of Feb we took a long weekend on the coast of Poland, this time staying in Rewal. We got in after dark, but had a quick wander by the water

The next day we were off to explore the city

I have never seen a gate like this before!

They still had their Christmas decorations up which was fun

The town is not very big so we continued on down the coast

To Trzęsacz and Ruiny Kościoła w Trzęsaczu - the ruins of a 14th century church

After that we were debating - do we continue on to the next tiny town or do we head back? We decided to go on to Pustkowo and I was glad we did

Baltic cross of hope

And look at how cute these guys are! I was glad the Christmas lights were still up!

Then we circled back to our place along the beach

It was so windy! But the wind was to our backs so it was okay

Where we were staying above was almost the the end of the beach here, but there was plenty more around the corner. This was a pretty fun day. Rewal, and the other small towns, were like ghost towns, but it was still fun to wander.


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