Holiday Inn LODZ

Address: Ul Piotrkowska 229/231, Lodz, Central Poland, 00000, Poland | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Ul Piotrkowska 229/231, Lodz, is near Piotrkowska Street, Museum of Cinematography, Central Museum of the Textile Industry, and Lagiewniki Park.
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Travel Blogs from Lodz

Auschwitz & Kracow

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 05, 2014

3 comments, 3 photos

... this idea to the children of Africa, South & Central America. End of …

*We arrive in Krakow, settle into Hotel Maltanski which we are relieved to discover is just a short walk from the old Medieval city.

*Saturday night in Krakow and this city is rocking too! So many bars & restaurants to choose from. No wonder it is becoming a favourite British Long Weekend Destination.


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Moving day

A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 14, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Saturday.
We woke up casually and packed up our bags to leave the hostel for Prague. I had read online that trains leave every hour or two and there was no need to buy a ticket in advance, so we did not bother. We had breakfast at the hostel and caught a taxi with our heavy bags to the train station. When we got there, I asked the lady at the information booth about the train to Prauge (Praga, Praha are different spellings of the name) She looked ...

Emotional day - sadness then exciting

A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 13, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... Amanda had kebab and I had spaghetti. it was not excellent but it was decent and this was bar food so what could we really expect? Once the game started, it was sad to see how bad Spain got their asses kicked. There was a group of locals at the tables next to the TV (the reserved ones) that were cheering for the Netherlands. When we left, Spain was losing by 3 goals at least and the other table was jeering at Jairo who was wearing a Spanish jersey. ...

Bumpy roads and a mill

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 14, 2014

4 photos

... There were very few war time houses. Most building were blocks of flats from the communist time.
We went back to the hotel and they had a walk into the town. It was quite different from home. Willow found a really brilliant shop full of wool,thread and lovely things to sew with. They went into a pretty church.
The rest of the afternoon was spent having massarges, writing and swimming.
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Two Cities

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 14, 2014

12 photos

... illustrate the effect better than my descriptions. However, most gripping was a train from the era, with an engine dated 1944, and three of the typical cattle wagons used to carry the human cargo. In a piece of unintentional irony, a notice warned of a maximum of twenty people in the wagon at any one time. There were no such Health and Safety concerns in the 1940s, when hundreds were crammed into these tiny spaces in entirely unimaginable wretchedness.

There is also a ...