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TravelPod Member ReviewsAparthotel Bellamonte Zakopane
This was a terrific place to stay. It was close enough to walk to the main street but far enough away that you were not on top of it and it was quiet. The apartment was very large and the service was excellent. The only improvements they could make was to include more items in the kitchen as it was quite poorly stocked. Overall, I would recommend this as a great place to stay.
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This morning we said goodbye to Krakow. There was a running race about to take place, but it was starting after we were to leave. We were met by our friendly driver, Tomez at 10:00. He was hoping to drive us as his wife and baby daughter were near the town he was dropping us off at and he was planning to meet them for Sunday dinner afterwards. The …
... I have of the area and limited.
Recently, archeologists found an entire underground city that runs underneath the modern city. Unfortunately, the tunnels were closed for renovations, but there were several openings from the streets that we could look into to get a glimpse of the old foundations, which was really interesting. We were disappointed to not be able to get down there to explore.
We found a brewery where we tried some local ...
... other mountains and the village below. Up top, there were restaurants and pony rides. Dom and I took some time to feed a pony some grass because he looked lonely.
Back in the village, we stopped for some mulled wine and delicious traditional cheese, which is (without hyperbole) to die for. It’s called Oscypeck cheese and it’s a mixture of smoked cow and sheep’s milk cheese. It was so delicious that we ordered ...
... take a gondola to the highest peak, Lomnicky Stit, but we weren't sure how much hiking we wanted to do. These are ski lifts in the winter and in the summer, the lifts are used for hikers like us. It takes 3 lifts to get to the top. I thought I wanted to hike back from halfway down, but Deanne's knee was acting up after hiking on day 2 and to be honest, my left ankle wasn't feeling 100%. Anyway, while in line for the lifts, about 50 people showed up in ...
... and summer getaway town in the Tatra mountains at the southern tip of Poland. It became a climatic health resort and as well as cultural spot in the 1880s. Many Polish writers and artists visited Zakopane at the turn of 20th century. Stanisław Witkiewicz developed so called Zakopane Style architecture still popular ...