Zespol Rekreacyjny "Polana Sosny"
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TravelPod Member ReviewsZespol Rekreacyjny "Polana Sosny" Niedzica
Beautifully positioned campsite - flat grassy stands on the river bank. Excellent facilities which are well serviced. Staff friendly and helpful. The only problem was the internet connection "went down" after 4 days. service provider issues rather than the campsite.
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We started our drive from Kraków, Poland to Levoča, Slovakia on Sunday morning and decided to make a pit stop in Zakopane, Poland. Wow! We were so stoked we stopped in this cute little mountain town. It was a little out of the way but had such a cute, quaint feel to it: lots of restaurants, cafes, and shops. We walked around for a couple hours, got some lunch and ice cream and got back on our way. And ...
... out trekkers and skiiers. That evening, after Tero has left, I spend an hour walking up and down the main strip looking for something healthy for dinner and wind up with a McDonald's salad! I have forgiven the town even before the shaky Soviet era van-Polish pop music blaring-has dragged us twenty minutes into the mountains for my day walk the next morning. The ...
... in the rental houses in the complex whilst they prepare for a 3 day tour event in the area. Their bus, maintenance and team cars are in the campsite. Having watched cycle races on TV it’s interesting to see the behind the scenes work.
We’ve spent the last two days just as we hoped - hiking and cycling. Yesterday we headed off on Brutus to Sromowce Niżne, a village downstream. It’s at the base of the Trzy Korony (Three ...
... cameos of life that unfold. Sromowce Wyzne which is across the river from the campsite was a fascinating mix. Traditional village life complete with sheep in the barns under the houses, horse drawn ploughs and carts as well as swish new cars.
We got back to camp in time to sit out our first thunderstorm. The roof didn’t leak but there are a few “moving parts” and the “privacy room” is not designed ...
... the clear New Moon sky was the silhouette of a beautiful church. The second packing effort was easier as everything was in one place!
Getting a gas bottle for the new stove has proved an interesting challenge. One buys an
empty bottle and then takes it somewhere else to be filled. This means that we hand over our pristine empty bottle, plus some cash. In exchange we get a battered grubby, full