Ibis Lodz Centrum
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... Due to the snow and the many hours of walking yesterday both our legs/ feet hurt which made the walking a lot slower today. We walked the piotrkowska street again before heading to the Manufaktura. This used to be an enormous cotton factory, but after 4 years of renovation in 2006 it has reopened as an huge shopping mall. At the mall we could stay for a couple of hours, because outside it was still cold, but the it was just above freezing point, which made that the partially ...
Saturday July 5
Auschwitz & Krakow ( pronounced, as we now realise, Krakov)
*Today’s destination is Krakow. But our via point is Oswiecim – you may not have heard of this place but it is otherwise known by its German name ‘ Auschwitz’.
We have previously been to another smaller Concentration Camp in Austria and so had an idea of what to ...
... area was kind of progressive / gastro feel to it with hip, urban style of cafes and bistros. the store was cool... i went a little crazy and bought some cool stuff for gifts and also myself. Amanda found a little jumper that she liked and we got that too.
After we walked out of the store, we were going to find somewhere to eat since we had a long train ride and the food choices we would have were likely going to be limited. Directly next door ...
... today we are right back to exploring, walking, and enjoying the culture of Lodz, Poland - a city that is not a tourist place to visit. However, our time here has been amazing and today would be our last full day to explore it. The people that we have met and become friends with have all asked us "what made you come here?" and we answer that it was on our way to Prague and we wanted to see a town in Poland that was not strictly a tourist town. Ben and I are ...
... There were very few war time houses. Most building were blocks of flats from the communist time.
We went back to the hotel and they had a walk into the town. It was quite different from home. Willow found a really brilliant shop full of wool,thread and lovely things to sew with. They went into a pretty church.
The rest of the afternoon was spent having massarges, writing and swimming.