Ibis Kielce Centrum
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I know, I like to put the word "rain" in my titles, but that's because if there is it changes completely the color of a biking day. I knew i had a long day ahead of me, but I still started around 11, and made a stop for Bigos while it was sunny. I had checked the forecast and it looked bad, but wasn't sure if I could pass between the drops as we say. Well I couldn't. The dark clouds caught up with me, ...
... beef steaks to taste. It was a small token to say thank you for the generous hospitality of the family, over many meals they have provided and the special places they have shown us.
The goodbyes were hard, as we leave to go back to Krakow, then Frankfurt, early tomorrow. It has been a dream come true for Viktor and his family to be together. The love and acceptance they have shown both of us is just so special. The tears flowed as we said "Do Widzenia."
... centres around Kielce, but are well patronised. We eventually found a laundry service and browsed through the small shopping centre.
Once again, after leaving Kielce, our outdated GPS took us on the scenic route, and we ended up here after an hours' driving, when it should have only taken around 35 minutes. It was fortunate timing, as a late thunderstorm hit not long after we arrived, producing spectacular lightning ...
... where he had worked ( a quarry), and where the Kalisz family had lived for many years. We think Vik's dad sent a message - as a sudden thunderstorm surrounded us. Aunt and Uncle thought it was Vik's dad crying with joy!
Once back at their home in Kielce, Aunt Maria put on a traditional Polish lunch with various meats, breads and sour gherkins, which Vik did his best to demolish. He did ...
... Polish doll for us.
We then had a very wet drive to Kielce, about two hours away. Jola's son, Martin had lent his car for us to be picked up. Poland seems to be on the edge of the major system which has flooded Croatia. Better weather is forecast for the week ahead.
Kielce is a town of around 200,000 people and is surrounded by mountains. It is about halfway between Krakow and Warsaw. We found ...