Hotel Tri Studnicky
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... around as much as possible before our fingers and toes began to go numb. We stopped in a restaurant called "Stek Chalupa" (so, I had to take a picture for Greg Chalupa obviously). We devoured perogies and stayed inside as long as we could to warm up before braving the weather for our 20 minute walk back to the bus station.
Taylor (my dear brother) recommended a hostel where he stayed called the “Goodbye Lenin Hostel”. ...
... anybody here is fat! It's the fattiest, most unhealthy food ever and everyone seems pretty damn healthy. Maybe it's because grandmas are doing laps around us on the mountain trails.
Days 2 and 3 in the mountains were PERFECT weather - sunny and warm. These mountains aren't really that high, about 1/2 to 1/3 of the Rockies (5000 feet or so). But they are beautiful and everyone and their mother was out to hike on the good weather days here ...
... bitterly disappointed when it doesn't turn out to be a joke. We succumbed to cabin fever a few times, when locked in a wooden house with nothing but rain. We decided to drink lots of wine and balance on each other, and apply for a job in a nudist camp. Standard staff behaviour. Certain scenes here have become normal, such as descriptions of guests being put into the computer under 'nose' or 'scar' terrible but accurate. Guests thinking chicken paste is peanut butter ...
... reliant on the braking skill of the coachman. We were all a bit concerned we would never locate our bus amongst the hundreds of vehicles, but luckily our driver found us. We loaded up and headed off. After around 5 minutes, some some one screamed -' where's Eric'. Sure enough we had forgotten him. It was difficult for the driver to find somewhere to turn around, given the narrow winding road, but he did and returned to collect Eric. As you would imagine it did nothing for his ...
... but it left us a good distance from where we started. So we decided to walk to a restaurant which Tomez recommended called Kolibecka. We ordered Zurek soup, kielbasa and potatoe pancakes. The waitress brought us the soup which had what we thought was the kielbasa we had ordered in the soup and a plate with potatoes. We thought that was everything we ordered. We were so wrong. We finished the soup and the potatoe plate and we were sufficiently full. But then we got the kielbasa ...