Konstancja Hotel

Zrodlana 6 8, Konstancin-Jeziorna, Central Poland, 05 510, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Zrodlana 6 8, Konstancin-Jeziorna.
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    Travel Blogs from Konstancin-Jeziorna

    Lublin to Majanek, leaving Poland...

    A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 23, 2014

    ... the Germans were loosing the war. Today, 70 years ago, people came in and saw what was going on, starving people, killed people... This is the first museum in Europe concerning the holocaust. There were buffer zones for sleeping areas, working areas, killing areas, the three sectors of the camp. Prisoners followed the Black Road; it is called that because so many died on the way to the concentration camp. The prisoners had ...

    Day 4 - Berlin to Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 03, 2013

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    ... could get a picture of the sign because it had "Arsenal" in it. The Ratusz (or town hall to you and I) itself was pretty impressive, even in the dark. Our intention had been to walk into the old town to get something to eat, but by now we were really hungry, so just went in to a kebab place nearby. I had a Cienki Baranina (a lamb kebab wrap with salad and chilli sauce), whilst Kim had a Cienki Kurszack (chicken kebab wrap with salad and garlic sauce) ...

    Final Day in Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by avelasco2013 on Jul 08, 2013

    6 photos

    ... Jose sat across the street from us at Frida’s restaurant ("If something works for me I stick with it"). Lupita and Cristina opted for TGIF (I guess they have had enough of Polish food).

    This afternoon we are all taking it easy back at the hotel. We are repacking all of our belongings. We will head to the train station early tomorrow morning, and make our way back to Prague. ...

    Bus, bus, and more bus

    A travel blog entry by bebabui on Jun 26, 2013

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    ... children rescued by Catholic samaritans. Today, there are only about 5,000 Jews in the country, it's truly mind-boggling.

    Poland was divided, redivided, conquered, and occupied by a number of countries. The only time that it was truly independent was between WW I and WW II, for 20 years. It flourished and was known as the Paris of Central Europe. In WW II, the Germans destroyed 85% of the city and wiped out half of its citizens. Those remaining came back ...

    Warsaw day 1

    A travel blog entry by alandliz on Apr 15, 2013

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    ... are amazing and have a very close relationship and I felt very much at home with them. We met Agniewska (Olek's wife) and their two children. He has a beautiful family and I was glad that they spoke a little English as they could chat with Alan and help me out when my Polish failed me. As in typical Polish tradition, Dzidka and Agniewska had prepared a feast - we ate, we drank (Polish vodak of course). Please God don't let me gain too much weight on this ...