Hotel Panorama Krynica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... time! I have to say it really upsets me to see such excess.
The heater in the back of the van was used overnight. (It runs off the main diesel tank and blows warm air into the vehicle.) In the early hours the temperature dropped to below zero and there was a thick frost. We switched on the heater and it very quickly warmed the interior to a reasonable 15°C. The best thing is that it was only turned up to about 25% of its capacity.
... a while each time we set up camp.
Domestic chores out of the way we headed off on our bicycles. Horror! After 6 years in the relatively flat north Poland, we discover Hills! I feel like a kid who’s just had the fairy wheels removed, as I make friends with my new Big Bike. It’s got 28” wheels and I feel it’s very big after the chunky mountain bike. (I was so sad to see that go to its new owner. There ...
... 8217;t limit him. We didn’t have anything (other than the solar panel) especially not any
livestock, on the roof!
Our first stop-over had to be in Łódż as we had to pick up our equipment and have the electrics checked. The original inverter didn’t invert. Łódż is chaotic at the moment as there is a major redevelopment of trams and roads. We experienced traffic jams, ...
... the exception of a couple minor hiccups, things went ok. When you're in a place where no one speaks your language, good research is essential. I always figure out a few possible transportation and accommodation options before I leave my hostel for the day. I also make sure my destination and any intermediate stops are in my "history" on my Google Maps app. Some people don't know this, but you don't need to use cellular data or buy a fancy maps app to navigate around ...
... on top of a giant limestone hill above the town. As soon as you approach Spišské Podhradie by highway, it seems to dominant the horizon. What I liked about this site was its archaeological significance as well. It wasn't just an historic site reconstructed to how it once looked, with replica bedrooms and hallways. This was more of 'what's left' kind of site. There was a museum within the walls that did have some of this, like a ...