Hotel Tri Studnicky
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... roofs like it does in the movies- it's so beautiful!!! We are off to Propad today which s in Slovakia. There is no info on the net telling you about the bus network or anything as Poland and Slovakian bus companies had a falling out so they no longer work together. So to get from Poland to Slovakia you have to take a bus towards marskie Ono (where we were yesterday) ...
Off to Morskie Oko today (once we finally dragged ourselves out of bed!). Morskie Oko is a lake in the middle of apt he Tatras mountains and national park. We had to catch a bus from zakopane 40 minutes out of town and then it took two hours to walk there and two hours to walk back. It was half price entry with our student cards (2.50 zloty each- €1 all up) and slightly inclined on the way there. It was 9km each way. As we started walking we could see more and more snow we ...
... to tell him to shut up!!! We woke this morning and decided to do a day trip to Monaco which is a neighbouring country only an hour or so by bus away. The bus tickets were only a euro or two each. I also loved Monaco- a few people had told us not to bother going there so I am glad we didn't listen to them! It really is a country of it's own! Everyone drives porches everyone is wearing Chanel and everyone has a small dog in their ...
... instead which we did not want her to do but if there is anything we learnt about Mabel it was not to argue with her ha! They are too lovely!! So we took the bus to dublin airport which took about 3 hours. We were so lucky we got flights from Dublin to nice for only about £15 each!!! Sooo good! We arrived in nice at about 9pm and grabbed a bus into the ...
... 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”. ...