Penzion Stary Hostinec

Address: Svaety Anton 81, Svätý Anton, Banska Bystrica, 969 72, Slovakia | Hotel
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        A ride over the Low Tatras

        A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Jul 31, 2014

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        The road through the Low Tatras restores our faith somewhat. Indeed this area is more beautiful than up high, with rolling hills, small passes and small farms between the villages. The sun is out now and we cheer up no end.

        We bypass the busy town of Banska Bystrica on a fast road and are soon climbing high into the ...

        Please stop....

        A travel blog entry by jcontheroad on Jul 01, 2014

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        ... Otherwise no change...mood still low!!! I've taken to the bottle to compensate....

        Did stop at an aircraft museum, lots to see but as all the writing was in Czech I'd no real idea what I was looking at. Pretty much all the aircraft were in a poor state but still interesting all the same!
        Entrance to the ...


        A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 13, 2014

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        What a beautiful country!
        Mountains, and more mountains, and wood and trees, and so much beauty all around. We walked around one of the villages that had been restored totally to the Baroque style of architecture.

        Slovaks become part of Hungary for 1000 years.
        1918 Czechoslovakia, country created where the Czechs and Slovaks joined up to break free from Hungary. The USA played a leading role in putting these two kingdoms together.


        Krakow and a little Slovak

        A travel blog entry by wjtoh on Dec 19, 2013

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        Used to be Poland's capital city, Krakow has undergone large changes ever since its early Stone Age settlement. It is now one of Poland's biggest cities and a powerful economic hub. The first stopover for the local Krakow tour was a statue of a giant dragon, which is said to be a central figure in the Stone Age history of Krakow. According to history this city was built by a ruler above a cave occupied by a dragon. Apparently, the dragon, Smok Wawelski, is a mythical ...

        On to Slovakia

        A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan on Sep 14, 2013

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        ... town with the light flashing. In all the countries they have a different warning systems so we are never very sure what is going on. We saw the lights so slowly moved forward checking for a train, then...thud!! The barrier whacked the van and snapped off. Needless to say it made a huge noise and everyone looked round. The barrier had ...