Hotel Panorama Krynica
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room
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... everyone around me was eating the same thing, and they all looked happy with it. When in Rome, I suppose... Back outside and waiting for my bus to Kosice, Slovakia's second largest city located just under fifty miles from the boarder with Ukraine, I couldn't help but gawk at the castle rising majestically over the city. In the mid afternoon sun, the lighting against it and the colorful buildings in the town below was almost perfect. But, unlike myself, no one ...
... Well tonight is my last night in Poprad, and truly I have to admit I'm ready to move on. Unlike my past destinations, Poprad has very little impression to keep me around. The only thing I can say about Poprad is that its convenient. As I called it before, it's a hub. A hub to the High Tatras, Spiš Castle, and if I had more time, some other great Eastern Slovakia towns and nature destinations. Slovakia definitely has more to offer, but the ...
... food. Several in the group were traveling in Krakow independently before the bike trip, and they said the food was terrific, so I have high hopes for our last dinner tomorrow night.
And to Kenny-boy -- Bill says to tell you our ride on Thursday was like a cool wet Seattle day.
It's said when you write you should have an audience in mind, and I usually do. Today it's my mom. Happy 91st Birthday, Mom!!!! It's all your fault I'm here, you ...
... in style, like a few scenes from one of the comedies. We can't understand a word of it of course, but you don't need to. It's funny and tragic and well acted with impressive sword fights. It lasts for around 20 minutes. The actors must be sweltering in their Middle Ages costumes.
Next back down to the main keep and the cafe and souvenir complex, quite ...
... up his local cemetery with colourful and ironic wooden grave markers that create a living chronicle of the lives and deaths of the local parishioners. The work continues through his apprentices.
The church is undergoing major restoration but the graveyard is open and is a fascinating walk through one man's artistic vision. I read that many of the poems and rhymes on the crosses are comical, poking gentle fun at ...