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... everyone around me was eating the same thing, and they all looked happy with it. When in Rome, I suppose... Back outside and waiting for my bus to Kosice, Slovakia's second largest city located just under fifty miles from the boarder with Ukraine, I couldn't help but gawk at the castle rising majestically over the city. In the mid afternoon sun, the lighting against it and the colorful buildings in the town below was almost perfect. But, unlike myself, no one ...
Being one quarter Slovak, I am bound to be a little biased about Slovakia and Slovak people. I will attempt to recount my time in this wonderful country without too much more hyperbole than I would normally use. However, seeing as I once referred to McDonald's hash browns as "to die for," sometimes you have to take my complimentary adjectives with a grain of salt and/or that I am rather easy to please. However, I did immensely enjoy my time here and I cannot wait ...
The following day, we boarded a bus to head to Zakopane, which is a Polish village located in the Tatra Mountains. To say this place is adorable would be a huge understatement.
We stashed our bags in the bus station and set out to explore. We only got lost a couple of times before we made it to the town centre. Krakowski street is the main area of the town and it is filled to the brim with authentic restaurants and pubs. We made sure ...
... autumn. We took a funicular (a train on an incline) up to some trailheads and hiked several hours on really rocky ground. One wrong move and you've sprained your ankle. We did well, bit damn, Slovaks are hearty folk! We got passed by lots of older folks. They seemed to be going as fast as they could. We wanted to at least enjoy the scenery. We walked through lush pines and up to the point where they shrunk to scrub brush. And then back down to our ...
... and summer getaway town in the Tatra mountains at the southern tip of Poland. It became a climatic health resort and as well as cultural spot in the 1880s. Many Polish writers and artists visited Zakopane at the turn of 20th century. Stanisław Witkiewicz developed so called Zakopane Style architecture still popular ...