Hotel Cafe Razy
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... look at my photos for more on the castle. After hiking back down the hill, I stopped at a restaurant near the bus stop to have lunch. While there was an English menu, fliers on the tables seemed to advertise lunch specials in Slovac. I asked my server which he recommended, and he pointed to one. After a bowl of chicken soup, out came, in true Slovakian fashion, a half loaf of bread covered in a rich sauce with a small piece of beef (or pork?) in it. I realized ...
... back again one day.
We made it safely to Poprad, and along the way we were treated to majestic views of the Tatras Mountains and adorable Slovak villages. Poprad itself has a delightful city centre packed with colourful houses and a quintessential white cathedral. However, the outskirts of the town have communist-era written all over them, so naturally, we didn’t spend too much time looking the oppressive concrete structures.
We stopped for ...
... he was there in 2007 when the place was in much better condition! We caught a bus there to discover that it is in the middle of absolute nowhere. On the bus, a terrifying Polish man with few teeth attempted to extort 2 Euro out of us. However, the bus driver had our back and we were able to run away (bravely of course).
The following day, we set out to see the rest of the adorable mountain town. We walked the streets, enjoying the ...
... It was 9:30 on a Sunday and everyone seemed to be showing up at once. We opted for the 3 lifts to the top and then the gondola back to Skalnate Pleso, which was halfway back down.
From there we could hike it down or buy lifts down. The pricing was SOOOO confusing to me. The names are foreign, people are in a hurry behind you, we don't speak the language, it's expensive..... So we spent a few extra euros than we needed to. Things are super ...
... exit and found a fire escape door locked. It's a total death trap.
Another hotel in Vilnius was similar - a total death trap where you had to take a series of stairs and elevators to get in and out of the room. And these are the new, nice hotels! Very weird.
They were doing construction at the hotel and redoing part of the spa, hence the discount. They moved the Finnish Saunas to a different part of the ...