Mercure Zamosc Stare Miasto Hotel

Address: ul. Kollataja 2/4/6, Zamosc, Eastern Poland, 22-400, Poland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on ul. Kollataja 2/4/6, Zamosc.
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      The Blazer Heritage

      A travel blog entry by tracy.blazer on Jul 05, 2014

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      Today was all about learning more about the Blazer Heritage and trying to find maybe some signs of Jewish life left in the city and surrounding villages.
      We started off at the Synagogue which is still undergoing rennovations and rebuildings. There are maybe 2-3 Jews living in Zamosc. What used to be a city of 80% Jewish is now down to 2 or 3.< …

      Bilgoraj and surroundings - day 2

      A travel blog entry by draak777 on May 11, 2014

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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 ...

      Bilgoraj and surroundings - day 1

      A travel blog entry by draak777 on May 10, 2014

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      ... black stripe down their back. Taking a different route back we were allowed 2 minutes inside the museum of the forest park. It was a nice display of stuffed animals. Big white rabbit, foxes, bison amongst others. They lady was very nice to let us in. Back at the church on the lake there was a wedding going on. Anna and her boyfriend were there to see what it would be like. We went for a cup of coffee and saw ladies in national costume getting off a bus. ...

      Lublin .. with lots in between .. to Bilgoraj

      A travel blog entry by draak777 on May 09, 2014

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      ... on the window sill for all the villagers to hear. Generally it was very interesting to walk through. We had some great information from Andrzej and Paul, for example that the expertise of Bilgoraj residents was in making sieves. For lunch we went to Karczma Bida. Bida means poor. But it wasn't a poor portion. The servings were more than one person can eat but we tried. Raewyn had Pierogi (dumplings) and Pieter had crumbed pork with ...

      Lodz, Poland

      A travel blog entry by philemon47 on Mar 30, 2014

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      ... took off because of the relationships built. Then we had a half hour drive to what they say is the longest street. Piotrkowska Street, Lodz, Poland. We walked around and then went to P 109. This little building where we will be going to do painting and labor tomorrow. We talked a. It about out church and then we mingled end NSA dinner. It's an amazing, I feel like I'm the one who is being encouraged. ...