Hotel Panorama Krynica
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
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... 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 ...
... of me have taken precedence. This Tuesday I will be half way through my trip, and 'I gots to get a move on'. On the agenda, hopefully smoothly, is Budapest and Vienna. Two cities I've heard so much about. Feeling pretty anxious to go back the big city life, but what an experience it will be. I'm shooting for Budapest by tomorrow night, but might break the trip up into two days. Wish me luck, I miss you all, and can't wait to share my stories in person. Love ...
... I confess, I don't apply this philosophy to places like the Duomo in Milan as I do to village houses of worship, any flavor.
We pedaled through the Pieniny National Park, along the Dunajec gorge, which would have been ideal for rafting. Raftmen in traditional costume helm wooden rafts down the river for tourists, but on cool misty day I was happy to just watch from the bike path. My major entertainment was photographing signs, all these incredible ...
... 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 ...
... from last night. I silently curse the palinka.
We soon leave Hungary behind and ride into Slovakia at Kosice. It's another new country for both of us.
There is a modern fast dual carriageway up and over viaducts and bridges and we soon leave Kosice behind. There was no sign of a border crossing and I didn't see the usual EU nation sign at all. But the gas station prices change to euro so I know we are in a new country. ...