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... had warmed up, we set off on our bicycles and went along the Slovakian side of the river. Thank goodness for the EU and no border controls! We followed the river down through the gorge and got to watch the rafters. Having been down on a raft and then cycled, we feel we can “tick” the Dunajec Gorge.
It is such a pleasure to find everything so well maintained, unobtrusively yet efficiently run and MINIMAL litter in the Pieniny National ...
... story. The potential buyers drove from Poznań to Tczew. Our friend who organised the sale was there with me as we took them down to the cellar. I open up the cellar. There are 3 bicycles there. He- the buyer asks my friend, in Polish, “Are they stolen?” I’m SO glad I understood that!)
Our first stop was the Niedzica Castle. It is perched on the hilltop above Lake Czorsztyn. It was built in the first half ...
... drivers and numerous detours. Luckily the GPS speaks in reassuring, soothing tones rather than the old ‘silly chum’! We realise Łódż transport system is a work in progress and that we haven’t seen the city in the best light.
We didn’t camp for the first two nights as we had to unload and store the kit, for
the electrical work to be completed. We also needed to refine the ...
... If you have viewed that area recently in Google Maps and have your GPS function turned on (having the phone portion but not data helps even more), you can still watch yourself moving around on the screen. It's easier and way less conspicuous than using a paper map. Finally, in places with few English speakers where I also speak NONE of the language, I figure out a few essential phrases that I may need that day and then take screen shots of the corresponding ...
... and torture room, but the walls and towers were only reconstructed for their historical integrity and tourist safety. You can imagine how bad an 800 year castle would look like today. Another thing to consider was that it was used, built onto, destroyed, built up again, added on to, and used by many through the centuries. It had many faces, many names, and many occupants, but one thing was for sure walking through Spiš Castle, it was ...