Ibis Lodz Centrum
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... However we felt we could not pass within kilometres of Auschwitz and not go to remember the 1.5 million victims of the Nazi Genocide who died there.
*Auschwitz is made up of 2 main museum areas separated by a couple of kilometres. Auschwitz 1 was formerly a large garrison of the Polish army & was taken over by the Nazis when they invaded Poland. Auschwitz 2 / Birkenau was purpose built by the ...
... with salmon seared in palm oil and garnished with bean sprouts. She absolutely loved it. we both finished our early dinners and then the waiter reviewed the dessert menu with us. We chose a bananas foster type of dessert, which had a delicious brown sweet sauce and pomegranates on it. After we were finished, he asked us if we wanted to try a drink made from palm. I thought about it for a half a second but then, when he said it tasted just like palm tree, ...
... delicious taste of banana nut bread! The little things that you experience really make you laugh and appreciate those things in your every day American life. What you think is the same or looks the same in America, be ready for it to be different. Many cases it is a good different, but in this instant, it was a bad different. (Mom, this is a hint to make real banana nut bread when we return please!? haha! :)
The day seemed like it was going to be ...
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 ...
... quite glad to get out of the ghetto. Like Terezin, it had been an unnerving and uneasy experience. At least in Lodz, we saw people, but they appeared to be just as miserable and forlorn as we had seen last evening.
So we gratefully put Red back to the Andells car park, and set out in search of the good part of Lodz. We did not find it. The streets seemed crowded with sad people shambling around looking depressed. There were derelict buildings and half demolished buildings. ...