Hotel Grand Jasna
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Grand Jasna Demanovska Dolina
Three floor hotel in the heart of Trencin (TREN-CHIN).
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... in the 19th century, one of the first such in Slovakia. In the middle castle there are rooms displaying weaponry and furniture from various periods. Here and there pretty girls dressed in period costume sit gazing wistfully out of window niches, inviting photographs.
We climb higher and higher. The castle has been constructed ...
... mok there is a huge fork of lightning and almost instantaneous clap of thunder. We've been here before, and it's best to get under cover and wait it out. Fortunately there's a handy restaurant on the hill just above us and we move smartly inside for lunch and fruit tea.
In just a few miles we cross back into Slovakia. We are heading for the small town of Oravský Podzámok where we will visit ...
Well today was a milestone for me. I went hiking. I know shocking. I still can't believe it myself. I felt like Jared being all adventurous in the woods. Don't worry I will not be choosing hiking over shopping any time soon, it wasn't that drastically life changing. But it was wicked fun. We had a 2 hour bus ride to zakopane. We hiked about 4 miles in the Tatra mountains. It took about 3 or 4 hours. Our guide was booking it the entire time so it was tiring. Most of it was ...
... Off we went. I had my usual spot, bringing up the rear! About 30 min. later, Sharon questioned whether we were on the correct trail and it was determined that we were on the red trail. Oops! This was a longer and harder trail, so we walked back almost 30 min. to get on the yellow.
The yellow trail was brutal; straight down for most of it and mostly all on an uneven, ...
... so worth it for the great views (not to mention the free wine!). After the boat cruise we went to a nearby bar called Instant. Instant is a ruin bar which is a huge trend in Budapest of turning old ruins into modern bars and I really liked it. Others went onto a rooftop bar but after such a long day (and wearing extremely painful new shoes) I returned to the hostel for a good sleep.