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... cuisine doesn't use many of them. Unfortunately, while the country has really started to embrace the future, they seem to have held on to their potatoes-and-potatoes (covered in some kind of rich sauce) mentality when it comes to food. One of my hiccups came last night when I arrived in Poprad. It was almost nine in the evening, and already the mercury had dropped below freezing. My hostel was almost a mile from the train station, but I decided to walk there. The ...
Today I visited the town of Spišské Podhradie (yeah, try to pronounce that one) and the Spiš Castle. It claims to be one of Europe's largest castle complexes and has its beginnings from way back as early as the early 13th century! Chronicles first mention Spiš Castle in 1209 and some of its remnants are believed to still be from that period. Amazing. What makes the castle so special is not only its historical significance, but its ...
... This many kilometers, this many hours to walk, to cycle, the signs are fantastic. Yet at dinner, all I hear from a few of the others used to traveling in Czech, Germany, Austria, etc., is what a disappointment Poland is, how we are on roads with traffic too much. Today we were on a stretch of road with our map marked "severe traffic" -- to our Boulder eyes there was a wide enough bike lane. Anybody coming to Poland hoping to find Austria will be ...
... unrestrained for this part of the world. They obviously don't allow the gypsy traders in here.
After coffee and ice lollies I take a walk round the vast walls of the lower castle. It is sweltering and Mick opts for a rest in the shade of the wall while I sweat it out getting the photographs.
We have spent a good three hours wandering around this fantastic castle. It's now ...
We are pretty knackered now and cannot really appreciate the fabulous road through the Tatra foothills to Spisske Podhradie and our first glimpse of Spis Castle.
And my God, what a castle it is. High on a ridge commanding the valleys below it stretches a long, long way across the heights.
A big castle, a very serious castle. No fairy tales here, it's all about the clash of iron on swords, the tramping of troops and the ...