Mercure Zamosc Stare Miasto Hotel
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After another fabulous breakfast Andrzej took us out for the morning. Our travels took us through the town of Aleksandrow. It was a village over 8km long. There was just the one long street in the village. It was really odd but interesting to see all the different kinds of houses. Our destination was Gorecko Koscielne. There was a fabulous wooden church. A service was just ending so we went for a walk and found some beautiful old oak trees and a couple of shrines. Andrzej showed us the ...
Our day started with a lovely breakfast with the family. We were served pancakes with fruit, including kiwifruit, and lots of cream. Then we headed off to Zamosc, A beautiful UNESCO town. When we arrived there the weather wasn't great. Andrzej showed us around, beautifully decorated buildings and an impressive main square. We went to the museum on the square. It was very interesting, inside an old house with original features. When we came out the weather ...
We had another lovely breakfast at the Hotel Victoria. After breakfast we got our bags, checked out and waited in the lobby for Andrzej. Andrzej is a friend of Pieter's. They trade postcards, and he invited us to come stay for a couple of days with his family. Andrzej arrived with Paul who came as a translator. Both are teachers. They asked us what we would like to do today and we said we would like to go to Majdanek concentration camp. ...
For once you have tasted flight, you will walk the Earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been and there you will long to return. -Leonardo da Vinci As always today was an adventure. We drove a half hour to Tomy, the church. This church was amazing. To the left was their coffee shop. The use to be so old theater, but they renovated themselves. The service was phenomenal. They had ...
... for lunch at a little town called Radzyń Podlaski...and unbelievably couldn't find a single restaurant in this town! The guide book did say that in the smaller towns, Poles don't eat out much, but this complete dearth of restaurants was still quite unusual. So, starving, we drove on to a Hotel Imperium just out of town for a soup lunch which was, as always, very satisfying. Then came the trek to find the Hotel ...