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... pics constantly- huge boulders and windy roads- reminded of us of Idaho- the most beautiful place on earth! When we got close, we started noticing the signs on the freeway were crossed off and we got a little confused- until we got rerouted- damn you Siri! Ended up being fine, pulled right in to Levoča and were given the honeymoon suite-perhaps because we were the only ones staying in our hotel. We saw ...
On the platform waiting for Polskibus.com I meet Tero, a Finn coming to Zakopane from his current home in Krakow for the day, before deciding on a longer trip next weekend. Upon arrival we do the honourable thing and get a train up the nearest mountainside to admire the view with a beer. The town looks better from far away. It is set up purely to feed, water, house ...
... in the rental houses in the complex whilst they prepare for a 3 day tour event in the area. Their bus, maintenance and team cars are in the campsite. Having watched cycle races on TV it’s interesting to see the behind the scenes work.
We’ve spent the last two days just as we hoped - hiking and cycling. Yesterday we headed off on Brutus to Sromowce Niżne, a village downstream. It’s at the base of the Trzy Korony (Three ...
... 14th century as a Hungarian border stronghold, it was Hungarian owned until after WWII. Czorsztyn Castle across the lake was the Polish equivalent.
Having managed one hill, I opted for the river route. We followed the Dunajec downstream on the western bank and soon crossed into Slovakia. What a pleasure to simply cross an international border!
We just love wandering through the local villages and ...
25 Apr.15 Niedzica, Poland
Talk about mixed emotions! It's so exciting to be on the road, "following our noses"
but it’s also kind of weird not to have an address. 'Bo will be Home, wherever he’s parked, for
the next…well who knows how long?
Saying “Goodbye” is never easy and we leave many good friends in Poland. We do believe
we’ll meet up with many ...