Chata na Gubalowce

ul. Zubka 28, Zakopane, Southern Poland, Poland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on ul. Zubka 28, Zakopane, is near Krupowki Street, Gubalowka, Tatra Mountains, and Karol Szymanowski Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Zakopane

Escaping to the mountains

A travel blog entry by getcracken on Sep 11, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... home. My town exploration kicked off with a fine cup-a-joe and apple pie.....followed by a leisurely amble though the cobble stoned Main Street popping in and out of shops to 'look see'. We have been well fed here and sampled much of the local cuisine. Smoked sheeps cheese and cranberry sauce is just about on every corner, and it's not half bad. We leave tomorrow AM for Auschwitz, and I'm apprehensively looking forward to seeing the camp, both petrified and curious. Night from ...

There is always an up - Nowy Targ to Niedzica

A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 09, 2014

5 comments

... world site is still the village church, complete with the Polish equivalent of hot dish supper. Somehow that makes it all the more special.
And oh look, it's a hill. Yep, 9%, I'd say that's a hill. The guide said about 3 kilometers, all I know is I stopped 8 times on the way up, and I didn't top a heart rate of 150 , YAY ME!!! The downhill, past horses helping families in the field, past couples takiñg potatoes to market, was all worth it. ...

A Different Take on the Up - Zakopane to Nowy Targ

A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 08, 2014

2 comments

... on to its faith. As we visit churches, see roadside icons, even see young nuns in villages and larger towns, you can see it, you can feel it, the churches are living and breathing, not just revolving door parts of history, plugged into the tourist economy. In this region we see carved wooden churches with artwork that to me, at least, really carries faces of people who lived nearby and could have been and maybe still are your neighbors. That is great ...

Zab to Zakopane, it's all downhill

A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 07, 2014

3 comments

... dark, we were pleasingly damp and very tired, and frankly, it looked like Polish Breckenridge in the dark.


BIKE TRAVEL STUFF
My saddle was way too high, so trip leader Anna just swapped hers out for mine. LOVE IT! The bikes are the Suburban Minivans of bikes, upright handlebars, wide comfy saddles, rugged tires, anybody could ride these. Except they could probably all stand some tuning, especially ...

Day 10 - A Long Long Day On The Bus - Part 1

A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Aug 22, 2014

2 photos

... and territorial squabbles.

The mining magnate Thurzo family, who took charge in the mid 16th century, were responsible for a great deal of rebuilding work, although its present form was not finalized until 1611. It burned down again in 1800, after which the Pálffys occupied the castle. And then, after a period of dilapidation and WWII the castle became a national monument.

From there we were back onto the bus and back on our way to Poland.
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