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... of snow”.
Armed with our sporty leggings and lack of climbing gear suitable for snow conditions we had to quickly change plans and redesign our route out of Poland. Day walks were mostly on the agenda and even they proved to be frustrating yet oddly rewarding (namely when we were rewarded with hot soup and tea as a vital morale booster whilst it rained on us. Literally. Non. Stop.)
First stop, the Giewont Mountain climb. With an elevation of 1895m, ...
... army barracks, but when the Germans invaded Poland, they took it over as a concentration camp. Over 1,300,000 people, most of them Jews, were gassed or died at these camps. When they arrived in railway wagons they were divided into fit for work or not fit for work. The unfit group were told to undress and they would be given a shower. They were packed into a room and then gassed to death. Most of the other prisoners ...
... on a path made of big rocks. The view was amazing and the water was so clear and fresh. We even filled up our waterbottle on the hike up using run off from the mountains. Then we got the horse and carriage on the way back down the mountain. Then we got the bus to Zakopane and then to Kraków ...
... and were really enjoying the lovely scenic views and interesting little houses and chalets as we started entering ski country.
We arrived in Zakopane at 2, not realizing our check in wasn’t till 5; haven’t had such a late check in for a long time. There were many people on the sides of the road as we neared the town holding proper signs with things written on? Not sure if these were hitchhikers and names of places? We were unsure and ...
... our rooms, then heading back down to meet the rest of the group at 11.30 for an "orientation walk" around the town. Zakopane itself is just beautiful! It's in amongst the mountains and most of the houses are made of wood, with the most beautiful engravings and craftmanship. It really is just beautiful!
After a quick walk along the river (which was beautiful), we arrived in the town centre. Ben, our guide, found a little cheese wagon and ...