Bramma Cafe

ul. Grodzka 23, Lublin, Eastern Poland, 20-112, Poland | Hotel
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Lublin

Lublin, Warsaw, Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 28, 2014

... the terminal without a boarding pass? There was weather building up to our north as we waited for our flight to depart. Maybe some relief for the locals. We expected rain and cooler weather in Amsterdam. So it us goodbye to Poland. On the whole we gave been impressed. The cities of Krakow, Lublin and Warsaw gave been buzzing with activity, show pride in their history and people of all ages have been friendly towards us. The younger Poles ...

A day of rest in Lublin

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 27, 2014

... rest and go out to tea with the family .In the end we had a pleasant meal with only Amita and Simon, the girls andMerilyn. Sofia wanted to play in a playground as Bella played a serious game of Chinese Checkers with Leonie. Simon talked about his work in China. Ram dropped in briefly on his way to another dinner with other friends as Dominika found a parking spot. He delivered Cinderella's lost shoes and came with small liquor glasses from the wedding. On the way back home ...

The wedding in Lublin Sat 26 July

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 26, 2014

... producing a call list on a spreadsheet outlining all the guests and the procedure for getting to and from the Palace Wierzchowiska. There was the slightly reluctant wedding celebrant to pacify, the English language translator to collect copies of speeches and poems, the string quartet to organise, the fix course meal, the vodka and wine, the decorations in the marquee, the fireworks display the child minding lady, the gifts of crystal toasting glasses to organise. Nev's speech I ...

The History of Jews of :Poland/Majdanek Camp

A travel blog entry by tracy.blazer on Jul 06, 2014

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... and shot into it. Another inhumane way to be treated. Next they have the orginal gas chambers and crematorium. We could not bring ourselves to take pictures here at a place where so many people were killed. It was so cold. Some were shot in the room before the chambers and it was like the walls were still stained. We stood and touched the walls, trying to connect with these heroes of our time....
We could not leave this room quick enough.

Walking down to the next memorial ...

Sun and a memorial

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 21, 2014

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... They were made of wood so were very hot and stuffy. Lots of people lived at the prison camp so it was very crowded although the camp was vast. There were about 100 big huts there during the war. There are now about 20. All the barbed wire fencing was still there too.
After looking round, we went up the road to a very large memorial. It was round like a tin with the lid slightly raised above it. ...