OSW Moszczeniczanka

ul.Kościeliska 79 d, Zakopane, Southern Poland, 34-530, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on ul.Ko┼Ťcieliska 79 d, Zakopane, is near Krupowki Street, Gubalowka, Tatra Mountains, and Karol Szymanowski Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Zakopane

    Escaping to the mountains

    A travel blog entry by getcracken on Sep 11, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... while.....we arrived at Wille Orla, Zakopane. A small village at the foot of the Tatras mountain range, in the south of Poland. The village is a hiking destination in summer, a ski destination in winter and an all year round training ground for athletes. The next morning I awoke early, and was out the front door with music in my ears and my running shoes on....swoosh! I explored the hills and open fields with dew covered grass, and a low lying mist, air so fresh it lept up to ...

    There is always an up - Nowy Targ to Niedzica

    A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 09, 2014


    ... now. The driver that transports our luggage each day then drives home to help with the harvest. That being said, we asked traveling companions who had more time in Krakow than we did whether they had good food -- Krakow often being billed as the new Prague -- and the answer came as a resounding yes!! So while there are group tours that do highlight food, this is not one of them. From a food vantage point we are looking forward to Budapest.


    A Different Take on the Up - Zakopane to Nowy Targ

    A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 08, 2014


    ... and a visit to the cemetery reflects that. The markers reflect the regions wood carvings, fused glass, sense of humor, love of literature -- and there is nothing rectilinear about the place, it was like nothing so much as a lively little village that had grown organically. I've visited famous tombs in Paris, London, Buenos Aires, but was never so utterly captivated as I was here. There is folk art, and there is high art, and with folk art you can sit ...

    Zab to Zakopane, it's all downhill

    A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 07, 2014


    ... the lower ramparts -- and he roars, he really roars, there were actual little boys who were concerned about that. We even sÓw Cracow's beach. Now, this is imported sand on a hillside, handily overlooking a barge that has a swimming pool on it, but it's there. We did go through the Jewish district, but knowing I will have more time thŔre at the end of our stay, I just enjoyed the glan cing views as we pedaled ...


    A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Aug 18, 2014

    13 photos

    ... was incredible once again. My plate of 4 different types of meat was enough to feed a small village but I got through it. The sausage on my plate was curled around and pinned in a spiral, made it look like a big dog poo. Didn’t taste like it though which was a plus. The Polish specialty for the night was the Highlander tea. Highlander tea is made up of alcohol and tea served hot. So hot in fact that when it they serve the tea they light it on fire and the flames lick the rim of ...