Hotel Swiatowit

Address: Kosciuszki 68, Lodz, Central Poland, 90432, Poland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kosciuszki 68, Lodz.
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    Travel Blogs from Lodz

    White welcome in Lodz

    A travel blog entry by aussie15 on Feb 08, 2015

    1 photo

    ... only 2 minutes away from the Highway, where we were standing) we got a ride from a nice man who was by coincidence on his way to a small town next to Lodz. This friendly man was willing to bring us a little closer to Lodz than he actually needed to go. About 10 minutes after arriving in Lodz snow started to fall, first only a little, but few minutes later heavily, so when we arrived at the Piotrkowska street it had already changed to a snow covered wonder world.
    They only ...

    Black Madonna, Polish Piety, & Jacob Frank

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 28, 2015

    7 comments, 11 photos

    ... very good story.

    There are lots of stories in Cracow, and in Poland. But even though the church was known as "the Mary Church", and the Virgin Mary is the subject of most of the holiest icons, paintings and sculptures, it took a couple of days to catch on to the fact that here she actually seems more important than Jesus is for Polish Catholics. This is slightly heretical, but it doesn’t take a particularly perceptive person to grasp this. ...

    Community and Holiness on the Road, in Poland

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 28, 2015

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... You simply sit down at the typewriter, open your veins, and bleed.” (Smith was likely paraphrasing Paul Gallico, the author of “Pride of the Yankees” and “The Poseidon Adventure” who said something similar a few years earlier.) However challenging it can be, writing is a discipline and an individual, lonely profession. Or so it appears.

    Yesterday I sat in a giant tent full of hundreds of journalists at Birkenau, almost ...

    A week in the life of Tomik

    A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Sep 14, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... needed break, I went to help Tadeusza on the fields, collecting grass cuttings to go on the compost, and moving planks of wood to the barn. It seems there is never a quiet day on the farm. And just as we were heading for one, Azura decides to give chase to a chicken. After running after him, I eventually managed to grab him and the chicken fled, never to be seen again. Ella's reaction? "Ah no, it's better to make soup with him than lose him" We spent the remainder of the ...

    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. ...