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According to a post on TripAdvisor by JeenaB who is from Kaliningrad tickets are only available at the station. There are 3 buses, one at 6:30am, 3:30pm, and 5:00pm. JeenaB states that the buses are rarely full so there shouldn't be anything to worry about. So it looks like the only way to get a ticket is at the bus station, but there shouldn't be any ...


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You can check public transport on site http://trojmiasto.jakdojade.pl/?locale=en I made a direct link to your connection; you can change the time, date and places of start and end (by right-click). It's very important wheter your journey will be at weekend or on a workday. At workdays buses and trams runs more often. Anyway, I think that in your case a taxi ...


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To get from the Gdańsk ferry terminal to the Gdańsk central railway station (Gdańsk Główny) in less than an hour, the only safe way is by taxi. As of November 2012, the ferry from Nynäshamn arrives at 13:00 and the train to Kraków departs at 13:53. For other trains there may be more time; this answer relates to the mentioned times. There is a taxi queue in ...


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it's here https://www.google.pl/maps/@54.3735056,18.6068758,18z https://www.google.pl/maps/place/Sob%C3%B3tki+20,+Gda%C5%84sk/@54.3734114,18.6096,268a,35y,270h,39.44t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x46fd74915a85241b:0xf0501d2d6aefd76d!8m2!3d54.374743!4d18.6094149 but even though it says it's abandoned, it doesn't mean you can legally explore it, usually in ...


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Majora Henryka Sucharskiego 70, 80-542 Gdańsk, Poland. It is clearly on one side of the channel. Source of the information is the Polferries official web-site: http://polferries.com/farja/faq/farjeterminaler


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One option is to go to a hostel and ask them. For example, Hostel Zappio (I believe that's the one I stayed in, but I'm not sure) - it shows online as having luggage storage. Yes, in theory that's for guests staying there, but I've asked shops and hostels/hotels to look after bags for me in the past, and sometimes they've done it for free, sometimes for a ...


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In most cases you can buy tickets before departure. But there can be problems during russian holidays. At least 4 dayly buses are available from different companies. And only one company offers you online booking: http://ecolines.net/


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As was said earlier, it is recomended to search for amber right after the storm when you a lot of new stuff can be found at the beach. But there are several special events - Amber Collecting World Championships Here is a short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWwfODp64p4 Event dates for 2013: http://www.polawianiebursztynu.pl/artykul/53


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There is a luggage storage point in the city centre https://plus.google.com/107594251083173710256/about?gl=pl&hl=pl


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Regarding Gdanks, as I discovered later, there are plenty of luggage lockers. It just happens that I exited through the "wrong" side of the station (via the bus terminal) where they have at most 10 lockers (and they were all full). Additional information On the main entrance of the station there are several lockers. It seems to be busy since most of them ...


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