Hotel Grand Jasna
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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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... I've gone completely crazy or something (you'd be correct) but there actually was a makeshift beach up the mountain. We sat enjoying our ice creams on deck chairs looking down on the valleys which was undescribably beautiful. We then went and bought some lunch from an outdoor wooden cabin thing. The amusing thing is that I actually have no idea what I ate for that meal, I just pointed to something I thought looked good and hoped for the best! I think she ...
... within the park.
Low Tatras National Park
This park protects the Low Tatras Mountain Range. This park is geared up for adventure tourism and offers many sporting and outward bound pursuits. Several caves, for example, are open for the public to explore. Hiking is of course another major draw to the area.
Muranska Planina National Park
This park protects the Muran Plateau which ...
... scenery into a 'selfie' by Jasmin. She has lived in Beijing and, as we trek back, furnishes me with an abundance of useful information about China. For example, deodorant is neither available nor in use! Hm... Hopefully the pictures below will convince Tero and others to make a stop here soon. You may even hear the Polish version of Livin' on a Prayer on the way ...
... just so happens it was Tesco's and even the cashier asked me if I had my club card as I replied to him I didn't think I would need it this far.
That evening I pop down stairs for a local meal mutton and dumplings (they like there dumplings). The food was ok, as I plan to try and eat local when ever I ...
... I stopped to take a photo when it started to snow. I just to took it in my stride thinking its just part of the adventure.
the pass was at 800m and as I started to wind down to the plateau I was sheltered by the trees then, it started to level out about 600m and the temperature roped down to 0.5 C. I was just thinking I not long know until I hit ...