Hotel Turkus

Address: ul. aleja Jana Pawla II 54, Bialystok, Lake District, 15-704, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. aleja Jana Pawla II 54, Bialystok.
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        Tykocin, Lopuchowo Forest and Treblinka

        A travel blog entry by lamotl2015 on Apr 19, 2015

        5 comments, 56 photos

        ... has not happened too many times in the last 80 years, when we entered the shul, there was an adult delegation from Central America. One of their members had to say Kaddish for a yahrzeit and they asked if we could help them with their minyan. We were more than happy to and all the sudden this Jewish man from Guatemala had over 200 people supporting him by reciting Kaddish with him. It was an ordinary scene for our community in Los Angeles but ...

        Looking down the barrel of a gun, not even a pun.

        A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Oct 23, 2014

        4 photos

        ... that meaning clothes and country. They didn't ask me for anything they must have sensed I was a woman on edge. Animal instincts. I remember walking around buses asking about Warsaw and finally someone who spoke a little English told me I could get a bus in 8 hours time. I asked about a ticket and he said you buy it on the bus, I thanked him profoundly. This sounded like heaven where as on any other day that would be a terribly long wait. I finally found ...

        I'm Riding in the Rain

        A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 12, 2014

        2 comments, 4 photos

        ... it), and a McDonalds breakfast. I know, I know, keep away from McDonalds, but it was warm and I knew they had a clean toilet. One egg and bacon muffin, fries and a cup of tea later I continued past Warsaw and stopped just past Wyszkow for more petrol and a snack. From there I headed towards the Biebrza National Park where I'd Google Maps a potential camping spot. On the way I came across a four wheel drive track, which I followed looking for a camp spot, but after 10 minutes ...


        A travel blog entry by farran on Jul 06, 2013

        9 comments, 41 photos

        ... employed a mixture of architectural styles-primarily neo-Gothic and Byzantine. Characteristic of many synagogues built at the beginning of the 20th century, the sturcture's dome exhibited a Byzantine-Muslim influence in an atempt to reduce the neo-Gothic appearance that had become so closely identified with Christianity.

        At the synagogue-which was only open on Saturdays and holidays-women prayed together with men, though ...

        Getting ready for the climb.

        A travel blog entry by mkmovingforward on Jul 02, 2013

        ... train) to Zakopane for a lower price. I paid 115zl. (apprx. $38US) for a first class overnight ticket or a 78zl (approx. $26US) for second class. Not to shabby. The down side is if you are traveling across Poland the trips may last longer then 10 hours.

        There is no camping allowed in the Tatry national park only a night stay in the safe houses. So renting ...