Hotel Borowiecki

Address: ul. Kasprzaka 7/9, Lodz, Central Poland, 91-078, Poland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on ul. Kasprzaka 7/9, 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

... Auschwitz1 became too small for their programme of extermination of ethnic peoples, political enemies & dissidents. You need to see both.

*Is it Tribute or Disneyland? Definitely the former. Auschwitz was the largest and most efficient extermination factory of the Nazi regime. It is the weekend and the museum is very, very busy. It is reassuring to see so many young people of all nationalities. ...

Moving day

A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 14, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... go on a train walking adventure. She kind of freaked out at the junctures between cars where you had to open doors, etc. Thought it was funny how when you flushed the toilets, it goes out directly onto the train tracks. We kept going further and further up the train. eventually an employee stopped us and asked what we were doing. I explained that we were trying to find the food car - to which she told us there was none. So we bought a couple tiny ...

Emotional day - sadness then exciting

A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 13, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... and along the sidewalks until we arrived back at the rental shop. we made it in the nick of time, although completely soaked and Amanda was freezing.

When we got back to the hostel, we dropped our wet clothes and relaxed for a bit. We had the ability to get a private room this time since the weekend concert with Aerosmith and Black Sabbath was over and the kids that had come in town for it had left. Our new room was significantly larger than ...

Bumpy roads and a mill

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 14, 2014

4 photos

It was one of those late mornings again but we got going on a quest to find the Jewish ghetto.
In the war Jewish people were only allowed to be in one area of a city that was guarded by the Nazis.
We had real trouble finding our way but had fun doing it. Some of the roads had been dug up so we found ourselves driving through a road works site. It was all quite exciting. We only got hooted at ...

Two Cities

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 14, 2014

12 photos

... in 1939 ). The decision was rapidly taken to seal the Jews in a ghetto, whilst the recently installed German authorities set to the task of Germanising Lodz, both in terms of its "racial" identity and its infra-structure. The city was renamed Litzmannstadt in honour of a First World War general who fought a battle nearby on the Eastern Front. The ghetto grew in size as Jews from surrounding areas were added to the already squalid and dangerous mass, but the over crowding ...