Penzion na Trojici
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... 400 kg of gold was mined annually in Kremnica.
At it's height in the 18th century, 9,860 kilograms of gold and 113,222 kilograms of silver were mined in the mountains around here and there are dozens of abandoned mine workings.
Under the main house there is a cellar that has been artfully constructed to appear like an old mine, with a small ...
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 ...
... Europeans and armaments.
Hitler said that the Germans were mistreated and because of this he annexed the land
1990 Wanted independence so put a hyphen in the name!
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 ...
... to get a lift. Ivan the van driver was returning from a delivery to his home town in Slovakia. He barely spoke any English, and I fought hard to suppress thoughts of kidnapping. I was regretting the fact that I didn't check the number plate beforehand (I was texting the number plates of all lifts that I got to my friend Karoly in Budapest, as a safety measure). But I pretty soon realised that Ivan was harmless, so I passed most of the hour-long journey typing up a ...