Hotel Panorama Krynica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a dodgy connection – just bad luck as one couldn’t detect the fault until trying to connect it.
Now, as a reward, Dave’s cooking! I do love camping because he cannot it still and ends up pretty much doing everything.
April 30, 2015 Niedzica 4
The Pieniny offers something for everybody. Our camp neighbour has spent the day in waders, in the river catching fish. There’s also a Belgian professional cycling ...
... 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 ...
... again – either as a meeting along the road or
when we return to Poland.
The final clearing of the flat and packing is best left to the imagination. It was
not slick and efficient. However, carrying everything down 89 steps was good
exercise. It was a matter of just getting things loaded. Fortunately Dave has seen buses in India, Bangladesh and Mozambique so the European definition of a full ...
... tour (these are available in many large European cities), which was a great way to learn a bit about Slovakia's history and see some of the city's major sights. I also tried Slovakia's two signature dishes: cabbage soup with wild game meat and potato dumplings covered in cheese and bacon. As you can probably tell, people eat pretty heavy in this part of the world. Vegetables, aside from cabbage, were almost non-existent until a few decades ago, so ...
... and torture room, but the walls and towers were only reconstructed for their historical integrity and tourist safety. You can imagine how bad an 800 year castle would look like today. Another thing to consider was that it was used, built onto, destroyed, built up again, added on to, and used by many through the centuries. It had many faces, many names, and many occupants, but one thing was for sure walking through Spiš Castle, it was ...