Bramma Cafe

ul. Grodzka 23, Lublin, Eastern Poland, 20-112, Poland | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by simoncardnell


... unique fact is that it was built right within the town of Lublin unlike other camps that were in more rural areas. The townspeople must have been aware of what was going on. It's cold & raining and the last day of November. The dozens of crows are fitting for the atmosphere. Auschwitz was swamped with hundreds of tourists and tours, whereas here I have a chance to go round at ...

Not a lot to say about the last two days...

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad


... rule and that's if there is some tarmac available it can be used by anyone, on anything and going in any direction.
Today I had my first example of a slow lorry overtaking a slower lorry both being done by the local nutter ******* in his hot hatch, this on a two lane road......I'm getting used to riding on the road side. I am fully aware that this is just softening me up ...


A travel blog entry by farran


Following our post-breakfast pick-up by Jakub, we travelled to Lublin, once one of the most important centers of Jewish life, commerce, great fairs, market days, culture and scholarship in Europe.

Elaine and Jakub went to the archives to order a folder which she hoped contained the birth record of her grandfather, born in 1881 or 1884 in Pulawy, when the town had been known in the ...

Hidden gems

A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath


Instead of driving directly to Kraków (pronounced 'Krakov'), we made a detour to Lublin. The road to Lublin took us through a peculiar town called Radzyń Podlaski. It was peculiar because there were no restaurants in town - not one! We walked down all of its three streets and weren't able to to find any! We were desperately hungry and eventually found this place out of town that served such tasty ...

Lublin it!

A travel blog entry by obarnett1


... biggest Latkas I've ever seen so i have to help. For the ill informed. They're basically a mix of matzah meal, potatoe and onion. There must be something else because they're fried a bit like a hash brown but they're really soft and sweet inside. I think dinner or 2 was less than 20 quid, crazy!! If you're ever in Lublin I thoroughly recommend Mandragora ...


This hotel, located on ul. Grodzka 23, Lublin, is near Majdanek State Museum, Lublin Museum of Rural Life, Lublin Museum, and Zalew Zemborzycki.
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