Hotel U Leva
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel U Leva Levoca
Travel Blogs from Levoca
... There are lots of no overtaking stretches and junction speed limits. And the roads have definable edges of kerbs or storm drains.
In Romania you may find a perfect highway like this but turn off into a side street in a village and you enter a different world of mud roads, horse **** and craters like small swimming pools.
No doubt there are lots of other improvements that are not so visible to the casual visitor. ...
... and looks a bit wet.
We ride up and over to Chata Pieniny on a lovely road over a small pass the mountains of the High Tatra range loom ahead of us.
We decide not to stay here and double back over the pass to Cerveny Klastor and find lodgings in the Hotel Pltnik (thanks Lonely Planet).
Here in the tourist area the prices are a lot higher than lower ...
... knights on horseback.
We find the Penzion Podzamok, mentioned in the Lonely Planet guide, in the village of Spisske Podhradie, with it's stunning view of the castle rising from the fields behind. At night it is beautifully lit up.
the pension obviously has few English-speaking guests but my lousy German gets us in. We grab some dinner and get our heads down. Tomorrow is another day and we're going to the greatest castle on ...
... at meals, access to public toilets and other extras that we take for granted. 3). Be flexible in your scheduling. English tours often go only once a day or there may not be an English tour available. Attractions at higher elevations may be closed due to weather. Many tourist attractions do not open until May 1 st.
But we all agreed that seeing Slovakia was worth any minor inconveniences and that this is a great trip for a traveller who wants a different and rewarding ...
... were pigs and rabbits and sheep and gees and goats, all running loose (except the rabbits and goats.). We bought some delicious pastries and sheep cheese to eat later. Vlkolinec is is another UNESCO heritage village tucked away in the Tetras. Only 16 houses of 55 have permanent residents; the rest are used by residents of the cities as a country retreat. The village dates from the 16 century and is really charming. We are seeing wood carving in most of the ...