Pension Na Kopci
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... range. It's a beautiful road, fast sweepers and hairpins, very new and grippy surface.
We drop down into a broad valley and take the road towards the Kremnica. In the tour research I had noted a lovely looking hotel, the Penzion Stefanshof. It lies just outside the town of Kremnica in the hills to the east.
So today was supposed to be the star of the real biking fun, left the Czech Republic and headed into the mountains in Slovakia, the rain has reduced a little but now I'm on the twisties it is still a real pain...I've given up on my plan to ride East through Slovakia, I'm now heading South into Hungary and away from the rain ...
... good economy and was one of the 20 wealthiest countries in world during two world wars.
- The car industry prospered.
- Shoes for WW1 provided shoes for army. (Thomas Butter) - that story of the marketing people were sent to Africa and the one sales man said they would not make a go of it because nobody wore shoes, and Butters other salesman came back to said to him that they would make a lot of money because no one wore shoes.
- Textiles, ...
... to Slovakia, where snow covered the ground everywhere. Temperature started to reach negative around these areas as we see the ground fully capped with snow in all directions. The stop-by at Banská Bystrica is mainly for lunch and we only visited a small town square filled with Christmas markets. In the center of the town square there is a small soviet WWII Memorial, engraved with the names of the Soviets that lost their lives liberating Slovakia from Nazi Germany.
... realised at this point, I would need to make a new sign, as I suspected my small A-4 sized sign was difficult for drivers to see. So I asked at the petrol station, and luckily they had some old cardboard I could use. I also decided to change the word on the sign from Krakow to Zvolen (a city in central Slovakia), as I realised that it was unlikely I would find someone driving all the way to Krakow. With my new, improved sign, I only had to wait for about 10 minutes at the ...