Odyssey ClubHotel Wellness & SPA
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we went for 5 hours of thunderstorm and rain. At first I took shelter in a bus stop, but knew I would never make it to Warsaw if I didn't cover the 100km of today. So I donned my faithful poncho and there I went on the road from 2 till 7pm, stopping occasionally to get a snack or check my map. That was all I did today. Cross Polish villages and fields in the rain. Oh, I also saw a lot of processions of ...
... the main mall in more detail, and whilst it doesn't have the many chain stores of larger malls, it had interesting little shops and fascinating people to watch.
Later in the afternoon, Vik and Uncle Bronek visited the Castle Hill museum, the former Kielce Prison. Vik's father had been held there for seven months before being transferred to Auschwitz. The officials there were delighted to meet a descendent of one of the former prisoners, and gave ...
... thunder. It is quite strange, as it was almost tropical - the last thing I expected to experience in Poland. We enjoyed nature's entertainment whilst dining on the terrace. As in most Polish hotels, the curtains are virtually non existent, so we watched it as we went off to sleep as well.
Today we had a late brunch, and got talking to a couple nearby. They are originally from Poland, but have been living in Canada for 35 years. ...
... that the Polish sausage wasn't as good as his dad used to make! I then sat and listened to them exchange family stories, and even though I didn't understand a word, the happiness and warmth was infectious. Jola and Darek were nearby and we caught up with them too.
We are just about to go for a walk through the forest, to work up an appetite for a late dinner at an adjoining hotel about fifty metres ...
... us, and soon the room was full of fast talking Poles! Fortunately Martin turned up, and I was able to converse with him, as he had spent six months in London.
After a good night's sleep, we woke to even more rain, and a fast running canal next to us.Jola picked us up, and we went back to her place for the meeting with Aunt Maria. Once again, lots of hugs and kisses followed! Vik had lugged a family photo ...