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"I Heard It through the Grapevine" by Marvin Gaye
Bet you're wondering how I knew 'bout your plans to make me blue<br>
For some other guy that you knew before, between the two of us guys<br>
You know I love you more; you took me by surprise, I must say<br>
When I found out yesterday, don't you know that...
I heard it through the grapevine, not much longer would you be mine<br>
I heard it through the grapevine, and I'm just about to lose my mind<br>
Honey, honey yeah
(I heard it through the grapevine, not much longer would you be my baby)
I know a man ain't supposed to cry but these tears I can't hold inside<br>
Losing you would end my life you see 'cause you mean that much to me<br>
You could've told me yourself that you found someone else, but instead...
People say you hear from what you see, na not from what you hear<br>
I can't help being confused, and if it's true please tell me, dear<br>
Do you plan to let me go for some other guy that you knew before?<br>
Don't you know that...

Revision as of 18:56, 27 October 2007

Jastarnia [1] is city in Pomorskie in Poland. The town is situated in the middle of the Hel peninsula. It is one of the most popular sea resorts at the Polish cost with interesting nightlife. The center is along the Ulica Sychty with a lot of bars and pubs. It leads to a big fishing harbour at the south beach. Tourist ships are starting trips to the Bay of Gdansk there.

Get in

Get around

The sea resort is not quite big, so you can easily walk on food or rent a bike. As it is situated on the Hel Peninsula it's easy to find your way around without getting lost.


The biggest building is a neo-baroque church with a very interesting altar in the shape of a fishing boat. Old fishing houses are situated around the church. Some of them are turned into fishing museums (ulica Rynkowa 10 and ulica Mickiewicza 115).


A beautiful broad beach with white sandy dunes is north east of the center. A pine forest stars behind the dunes.



  • El Rino (ulica Stelmaszczyka 13a) with low prices
  • Baltyk (ulica Polna 1) is considered to be one of the best fih´sh restaurants on the Hel peninsula.



  • Pod Orlem [2]
  • Bliza

Get out

There are a lot of other sea resorts along the 34 km long and 300 to 3000 m broad Hel peninsula, Jurata, Hel, Kuznica, Chalupy, Wladyslawowo, Chlapowo, Rozewie and Jastrzebia Gora. You can get to Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia by ferry.