Hotel Mazowiecki

Address: 53/57 28 Pulk Strzelcow, Lodz, Central Poland, 90-640, Poland | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 53/57 28 Pulk Strzelcow, Lodz, is near Piotrkowska Street, Central Museum of the Textile Industry, Lagiewniki Park, and Museum of Cinematography.
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    Travel Blogs from Lodz

    Auschwitz- Birkenau

    A travel blog entry by bec_brendan on Nov 03, 2015

    31 photos

    ... of Auschwitz area warning.
    Act so that the terrible fruitof hatred,
    whose traces you saw here,
    will never grow a new seedneither tomorrow,
    nor ever!
    Primo Levi


    Wieliczka Salt Mine

    A travel blog entry by bec_brendan on Nov 03, 2015

    4 photos

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    Of particular note was the main chapel, carved for 70 years by three brothers. Along the walls are key scenes of Jesus life. While observing incredible infrastructure made from wood, high ceilings and listening to classic music, going up in a full open shaft elevator was slightly terrifying.


    We found Euphoria!

    A travel blog entry by worldwandering on Oct 24, 2015

    8 photos

    ... lot of money on the ventilation, and that they figured it was better for business in the long run. We walked down around 50 flights of wooden stairs to the first room of the mines.

    It was so beautiful in there, you couldn’t believe that you were underground, and how they possibly managed to achieve this. They had beautiful carved statues in there that had been made out of salt. He told us that the mines were 300 years old when he ...

    Day trip to Auschwitz

    A travel blog entry by garystephan on Oct 24, 2015

    3 photos

    ... camp in January 1945. First we toured Auschwitz 1. It was originally built to house Polish Political prisoners. By 1940 Jewish prisoners, Russian soldiers, gypsies etc were coming and it became grossly overcrowded. They had one gas chamber which can still be seen. Conditions were dreadful. The prisoners were subject to torture, starvation and over work. By 1942 Auschwitz 2 was built as an extermination camp. They destroyed ...

    Eat it? I can't even pronounce it.

    A travel blog entry by aaronandjo on Aug 21, 2015

    36 photos

    ... will find a collection of photos of our paczki adventures. We’re beginning to consider ourselves as quite the connoisseurs albeit slightly rotund ones.

    Once you’ve managed to control your own food desires (like swimming in a pool made of delicious pierogi) there is an army of Jo’s family ready to feed us until we explode. We recently visited the woods were Jo’s dad grew up to have dinner with ...