andel's Hotel Lodz
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Andells Hotel is just fantastic. It is a stylish and highly contemporary setting, but the service and hospitality is traditional and of the highest standard . The young staff could not have been more friendly and delightful. We had a delightful and memorable stay. Thank you so much to the amazing people who looked after us so well.
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Driving into Lodz yesterday evening had followed a very long journey and a very tough assignment at Chelmno. But nothing could have prepared us for Lodz ( pronounced Woodge ). We were immediately struck by how run down and tatty it seemed, and the almost comedic tiny, ancient trams pottering along the side of the road added to the effect. But the …
It was time to bid a fond farewell to Alona and her family, who have been lavish with their wine and cheese. It has been great fun to be in such a vibrant and happy family home, and we have greatly appreciated all their advice, help and hospitality. I hope that Sepp will have time to re-stock his wine cellar before we next return.
Today we also …
Saturday July 5
Auschwitz & Krakow ( pronounced as we now realise
*Today’s destination is Krakow. But our via point is
Oswiecim – you may not have heard of this place but it is otherwise known by
its German name ‘ Auschwitz’.
We have previously been to another smaller Concentration Camp in Austria and so had an idea of what ...
... from her and returned to our car.
The night got colder and colder and Amanda was miserable. I usually hardly ever get cold but this time, I did and it was impossible for me to sleep. Eventually, the other passenger in the room left so we were able to both lay down. These trains were non-smoking but someone in one of the other rooms kept lighting them up and smoking out of the train windows. it was a gross smell and made it impossible to ...
... to me as Ben and I walked thru the cemetery. The feeling of what life was back then during this horrific era of time I can't believe or wrap my brain around. For both Ben and I, the quiet and stillness that was felt when walking around made us reflect on the lives of these innocent people who never had a chance to fulfill a life they wanted to. Often times, we take the freedom and our choices, and the path on our own journey for granted. Being in this ...