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... time family friends. The experience turned into an 8 hour food fest complete with several courses of savoury and sweet food as well as plenty of bottles of Zubrowka vodka to wash it down with - a brilliant balance in the relentless persuit of fattening us up like cattle.
However, not ALL family gatherings involve such insane gastronomy. Jo’s cousins Agata and Grzesiek took us to Uniejow (uni-ov) to indulge in ...
... to the largest cemetery in Europe. Alas, it was and we figured this out pretty quick because there were no other apparent ways to get in that we could see. We found a sign once we got through the entrance verifying that we were in the right place, so we chained our bikes up to a little post and paid the admission fee. There were only two cars on the cobblestone road and basically we had the place to ourselves.
Immediately a somber and sad mood ...
... called Jan took the trouble to chat to us and he welcomed us warmly to Lodz, wishing us a happy stay. Our faith in humankind was restored.
The Hotel itself is fantastic. The building is a vast, old textile mill, which has been converted inside to an ultra-stylish contemporary space. More importantly, the young and delightful staff were delightful and helpful. And they had Pilsener Urquell on tap, which couldn't be bad.
This morning, we relished a lavish breakfast and ...
We left our fabulous Andels Łódź Hotel, a former textile factory, on a very rainy day to sightsee the town by car. The hotel was located next to the former palace of Israel Posnanski, the owner of the factory who provided housing and good working conditions for his workers.
Łódź had once been known as the "Manchester of Poland" because of the production of textiles, the major ...
... a más lento que una polia, así que estaba seguro que iba a perder la conexión del próximo tren, y ni siquiera sabía de que la plataforma se salió! Me subí al tren correcto, y lo llegue a Oswiecim a tiempo para tener 30 minutos encontrar el museo a tiempo para la última entrada pero todavía necesitaba reservar el tren de noche. El momento de estrés última fue en Oswiecim cuando supe de que no podían venderme la reserva para el tren de noche! Me dijeron ...