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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Warsaw stands apart in its role in fighting for the liberation of Poland, and as such, the culture and history on offer in this city is unique. We started our day with a visit to the Warsaw Uprising Museum, to get the low down on the demolition of the city of Warsaw in 1944. Poland fought on the side of the allied forces, and thus in theory with Russia against the Germans who were occupying Poland. This fight took a turn however in the city of Warsaw, when the Polish citizens ...
... museums to keep you enthralled for weeks. The Museums Quartier, a short walk from the Hofburg, is a remarkable collection of museums, cafes, restaurants and bars located inside former impeiral stables designed by Fishcher von Erlach. The Kunsthistorisches The Gothic masterpiece of St. Stephan's Cathedral or Steffi (Little Stephan) as the Viennese call it, is perhaps the most famous structure in Vienna. This great cathedral is a testament to Vienna's ...
... a trendy place to be.
IS THE POPE POLISH?
After a couple hours in a 20-seat van -- and lunch -- we arrived in Zab, Poland's highest town. We're in the Tatra Mountains, if you're looking at a map. And if you thought the question "Is the Pope Polish?" Went away with John Paul II, well, not here it hasn't! We began our ride at a big sign for The Pope's Road. JPII traveled this way a lot, he ...
We were up and out of the hotel at 7:00 AM on our way to Krakow, Poland.
We crossed over the boarder into Slovakia, and stopped for a coffee break. Back on the bus we continued our journey, stopping for lunch around mid-day.Before leaving Slovakia for Poland, we stopped for a photo opportunity at the Orava Castle, which is situated on a high rock above the Orava River in the village of Oravský Podzámok, Slovakia.
It is considered to be one of ...
... and after we replayed Bon Jovi 90% of the bus sung along to Bohemian Rhapsody much to Anela’s disgust. She apparently doesn’t like the song shame on her but it didn’t stop us singing anyway.
We arrived at our lunch stop in another alpine town this time inside the Slovenian borders and had a bite to eat with a great view of what is now green hills but in winter would be iced over slopes for skiing tourists. The last leg of our journey went quickly as we ...