Marena Wellness & Spa

ul Turystyczna 1, Miedzywodzie, Western Pomerania Province, Western Poland, 72-415, Poland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on ul Turystyczna 1, Miedzywodzie, is near Majdanek State Museum, Lublin Museum of Rural Life, and Lublin Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Miedzywodzie

    Lublin, Warsaw, Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 28, 2014

    The long trip home begins with a train trip to Warsaw. Temperatures of 32 degrees are expected. It had been humid in Lublin overnight and we expected more of the same. Breakfast was delivered before 7 am giving us a chance to pack some food for the train trip. The taxi arrived promptly at 7.30 and at the station we boarded in plenty of time. The first class carriage was not exactly plush. A Caribbean family with a tribe of kids boarded near ...

    A day of rest in Lublin

    A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 27, 2014

    ... arrangement, internet drop outs and TV reception. Only CNN in English. Climbing 8 flights of stairs to room 4 was problematic. We ventured out into the square and Main Street to buy tea towels. It was very warm again and the crowds were pushing through the Krakow Gate into the square. We bumped into Ram and and Dominika recovering from the big night and holding a caricature from an artistic friend. They were going back to the Palace to clear up decorations. Our plan ...

    The wedding in Lublin Sat 26 July

    A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 26, 2014

    ... s Uncle Nev. I have travelled from Australia to attend the wedding with my wife Leonie. You can see here we live in our photo book. Leonie is the one in the white hair who has all the gossip about Ram's previous girlfriends. We left home on 22 June and announced to Dominika that we had left to attend the wedding. she wad shocked. She was alarmed that we had left so early. "Surely not our wedding. I am not ready". Perhaps we could be traveling by bicycle but in fact we planned to tour ...

    The History of Jews of :Poland/Majdanek Camp

    A travel blog entry by tracy.blazer on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... of ancestors, many of which as vegetarians we could not eat, but still remember. However we did have traditional pierogies and cabbage soup as well as homemade challah and rugelach for dessert. The food of these people certainly lives on and many of the people in the place were not even Jewish.
    It felt good and comforting to be in this place.....

    We ended our long day in Warsaw at our hotel, ready tomorrow to see the story of the Warsaw Jews the Ghetto and the uprising.


    Sun and a memorial

    A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 21, 2014

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    ... They were made of wood so were very hot and stuffy. Lots of people lived at the prison camp so it was very crowded although the camp was vast. There were about 100 big huts there during the war. There are now about 20. All the barbed wire fencing was still there too.
    After looking round, we went up the road to a very large memorial. It was round like a tin with the lid slightly raised above it. ...