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... valley to the castle. It is a walled enclave dating from the 13th century enclosing St Martin's Cathedral and a quaint street of gothic houses. Sadly the cathedral is locked so we cannot see inside.
Now the day is heating up and the castle is revealed. We ride up the single track road to the car park and change into lighter attire. It's still quite a hike up to ...
Nowadays, everyone look hard and we are busy throughout the day along. Sometimes, we don't get the specified time for it to wait with our friends or have a break from work. We all know which simply living a real life we could make a career and to become somebody that is popular and famous. And who doesn't want that? On the subject of enjoying our time to yourself, on the list of best things we could choose are classified as the escort girls ...
... country home. There isn't much to do in the country other than relax especially in the fall as farming season is over and the cold is slowly rolling in. We had to find a source of entertainment so Pete suggested mushroom picking.
Before driving out to the forest to begin our search Pete's Uncle briefed us on the mushroom we were after. The prawdziwek, the infamous Boletus edibles native to Europe, known in Italian ...
... blue and Roznowskie lake was littered with sailboats out for an Indian summer cruise.
Nowy Sacz is a small town with about 800 years of history. We came here with the intention of grabbing some ice cream and bumming around it's pedestrian streets that are normally littered with people visiting the numerous stores and patios. Unfortunately today wasn't a normal day.
Apparently things are ...
... drove on to Poland. We planned to stop at one of the 3 camp sites round a little lake just over the border. However, 2 of the camp sites where not even there, and one was closed. The lake was beautiful though with some nice little fortifications dotted round it. We did find a field, sorry camp ground, with no facilities to speak of, and with the rain still tipping it down we hunkered down for the night. Welcome to Poland!