Hotel U Leva
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... 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. ...
... unrestrained for this part of the world. They obviously don't allow the gypsy traders in here.
After coffee and ice lollies I take a walk round the vast walls of the lower castle. It is sweltering and Mick opts for a rest in the shade of the wall while I sweat it out getting the photographs.
We have spent a good three hours wandering around this fantastic castle. It's now ...
... great to have met you.
We climb up and over the hill and down into the valley to the border with Ukraine. Our planned route was to stay in the high Carpathians, taking us in an arc through Ukraine before looping into Slovakia.
Recent events, especially the horrific bringing down of a Malaysian civilian airliner by a surface-to-air missile, have changed our minds. So we stay in the lowlands and traverse the eastern corner of ...
... cashier in a parking lot)
Wooden carvings and decorations
Log houses and winding roads.
A few cautions for other travellers. 1) Bring an open heart and mind. There are some challenges to travelling in Slovakia. This is not yet a country that can be easily enjoyed by anyone with mobility challenges. Attractions often were accessed by steep climbs or long flights of stairs. Hotels may not have elevators. 2). A dollar goes a long way in Slovakia but be prepared to pay ...
Visiting the High Tetras, a mountain range in north eastern Slovakia is something all of us have been looking forward to. And to our joy, it looks like we got a good day to go up into the mountains. A little warmer and partly sunny. Hurray! First stop was Salas Krajinka, a family run sheep farm. The men went off to look at old tractors and the women went to visit the animals and buy pastry and cheese. The geese took exception to Valerie and chased her, squawking like ...