Hotel Sorea Trigan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... along the way. Of course I was worried about Dad and a few of the others making it down in one piece, that I wasn't always watching my step but theirs and ended up falling twice myself. All good, just a bruised ego!
Our reward was lunch at the end of the trail at a hotel/restaurant that had a lovely patio to take in the views. We could have walked the rest of the way back into the town, but it is a boring paved walk with not much to look ...
... the change of scenery that can occur during a 3 hour climb. From the soggy grasslands we had arrived in, to a winter wonderland.Sadly once we reached the top we were robbed of all our views by our old nemesis, the fog. On the brighter side, we found a marker separating Poland and Slovakia’s border! So even though we weren’t legally allowed to cross it we could still be in two countries at one time.
On the way down, luck continued to avoid us, this time ...
... about Polish people during the Second World War. The walk through displays were well presented and it was easy to follow. Oskar Schindler's factory produced enamelware and some armaments. He employed a lot of Jewish people and provided food and assistance to them. This kept them out of the concentration camps and saved their lives. .
We stayed the night at Zakopane, a little village in the Tatra Mountains.
Took the bus from Kraków to Zakopane and then another bus to the start of the hike. The hike took two hours to reach Morskie Oko aka the Eye of the Sea, which is a big beautiful lake in a valley surrounded by mountains. We hiked 400m vertically, but a total of 10km distance. Then we hiked around ...
Tired of the blistering heat I make for the hills looking for some reprieve in a mountain retreat. No matter where in Central Europe you are in an alpine wonderland is usually a short journey away. The High Tatras rugged cliffs and trails for every fitness level draw hikers from all over. More of a winter ski destination a plethora of hikers usually congregate in the same area so if you ...