Hotel U Leva
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... of Shame, the church was closed, the castle was too far to walk for our little time there and so we just walked around the medieval "city walls" which was interesting. Really got our minds going because it's an old city, small & refurbished very well in certain areas yet dumpy in other parts- what do they do here?? Oh well, the clock struck June, it was time to go to Chris' motherland of Hungary, off to ...
... of Christian worship, as intended centuries ago.
28 April, 2015 Niedzica
A cool overcast day with a strong wind made us batten down hatches before we set off on foot to the next village (Sromowce Wyże) to find out how we could solve the gas problem, walk up 'Trzy Korony” and access a raft trip. The friendly young lady in the ABC shop (good old South African Tea Room / corner café) solved them all. We could walk about ...
... 14th century as a Hungarian border stronghold, it was Hungarian owned until after WWII. Czorsztyn Castle across the lake was the Polish equivalent.
Having managed one hill, I opted for the river route. We followed the Dunajec downstream on the western bank and soon crossed into Slovakia. What a pleasure to simply cross an international border!
We just love wandering through the local villages and ...
25 Apr.15 Niedzica, Poland
Talk about mixed emotions! It's so exciting to be on the road, "following our noses"
but it’s also kind of weird not to have an address. 'Bo will be Home, wherever he’s parked, for
the next…well who knows how long?
Saying “Goodbye” is never easy and we leave many good friends in Poland. We do believe
we’ll meet up with many ...
... at the top, however, we’d turn north instead of south, and make our way along the ridge line until we connected with a trail down to the farm track.
Often when planning in unfamiliar territory, without the benefit of clear maps, or trying to utilize routes that are not officially marked trails, it works better to backtrack from a known part of the trail to the intended start point. You cover more distance than necessary, but you benefit from ...