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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... of the wooden churches for which this part of the world is well known.
Slovak Karst National Park
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The weather was meant to be the same as yesterday cloudy but with clear breaks. so looking out the window on a glories day I decide to make a break for it, as I am packing my kit away it starts to snow but its light and only last for 10 minutes. so as I set of its just over cast but this didn't last long I was soon in the thick of it with the wind and the snow, but I knew it wasn't far to go before I was out of the other side of the mountains. the ...
... just so happens it was Tesco's and even the cashier asked me if I had my club card as I replied to him I didn't think I would need it this far.
That evening I pop down stairs for a local meal mutton and dumplings (they like there dumplings). The food was ok, as I plan to try and eat local when ever I ...
... road again. But when you are traveling less than 30 mph it was taking longer than t thought and I just kept passing this large ski hotels until I cane to Ruzomberok and thought that's it I'm getting really cold, so next sign for a hotel was up side lane. Now the snow has stopped and settled and all I can think about is I might be here for a few days lol. ...
... walk - with guides - coming upon local "peaceful" celebrations of the meeting of the various armies who have crisscrossed this country - French, German and Hungarian, to name a few - all in the uniforms and clothing of the time, as of course women and children were a part of the scene then as well. So throughout the city we would see men on horse back - families walking with the troops - small groups in the local bars singing challenges back and forth ...