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A spa resort, relax at night
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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 ...
... but is very tired after seven pm shifts in a row. She is working very hard, in addition has her head filled with a new boy on the scene and is getting nowhere near enough sleep….worry about my girl! As we do.
Couldn’t drive back into town, since David had checked the drink driving laws and you can only be .02, with the likelihood of being locked up there and then if you are over the limit! Eeeekkk we weren’t going to risk ...
running from the city main square along the river is a perfect experience during the afternoon.
Then I went directly to the national park and starting from the level of Dunajec river I continued to Sokolica. That was tough. 30% of steep path.
After this I found the perfect circle to run after. I hope, I will make it ...
... in 1325. In 1335, Charles hosted at Visegrád a two-month congress with the Bohemian king, John of Luxembourg, and the Polish king, Casimir III. The congress resulted in an alliance between Poland Bohemia and Hungary. In 1991, the leading politicians of Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Poland met here to form a periodical forum between these countries, the Visegrád group, with an intentional allusion to the meeting centuries earlier in 1335. Now the Visegrád Four, or V4 is an alliance of ...
... Slovak’s ice caves. Now this was a good activity to wait out the
rain as the cave was dry, very cool, well freezing to be more accurate. We joined a tour, and got the lowdown in Slovak, translated to Russian, then to German, and finally one of the other
tourists translated to English for us.
It was like Chinese whispers in multiple languages. It is fair to say we did not learn much about
the cave but took some interesting pics.
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