Hotel Panorama Krynica
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... almost completely deserted; nothing was open and no one was out. To make matters worse, when I arrived at the hostel, it was completely dark and the lights were off. After repeatedly knocking at the door and ringing the bell, I pulled out my phone and called the number for the hostel. I almost never use my phone while abroad, but the cold weather and utter lack of activity in the town left me no choice. Luckily, someone did pick up, and about 15 minutes later ...
... filling in around the edges. Evidently linguistically Czech and Slovakian are closer. But I ducked out after awhile, and sat by the river which is the border between the two countries. Earlier in the day I had to do my little hopping dance on a bridge, saying "I'm in Poland, I'm in Slovakia, I'm in Slovakia, I'm in Poland." The Schengen zone is so cool!! And for those who are keeping track of such things, the cost to pee dropped a zloty once we crossed ...
... 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 ...
There are two tiny red tell-tail lights in our room, one on the TV and one on an adjacent switch. Next morning Mick tells how he woke up in the night, needing the loo. The lights were spinning around so he decided to stay put for a while.
We're somewhat lethargic when we arise. Breakfast is picked at, coffee consumed with great care.
Finally we are packed and bid farewell to our wonderful hosts. No sign of Anghel or his lady. ...
... as the meal was put in front of us to consume. Earthy, rich-tasting with a pungent woodsy flavour and a little slimy but in a good way in their fresh form. Yummy...As we buried our faces into our plates I noticed that it was only Pete and I eating. I asked why his Uncle or Aunt are not partaking in this joyous experience, apparently they don't really like mushrooms much...Whaaaat?! His uncle enjoys the hunt and ...