Pension Boca

Dolna 52, Banska Bystrica, Banska Bystrica, 97401, Slovakia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Banska Bystrica

Music, Music, Music!

A travel blog entry by storylady7 on Sep 10, 2014

... and it was cavernous and dark. There was an iron gate across the back of the pews from one side aisle to the next side aisle preventing people from entering without going through security. John got some great photos but it was difficult due to the dim nature of the interior. Then we went out looking for an ATM, a camera store and lunch. Two out of three is not bad! The camera store was a no go but at least Orrean found a photo card at a souvenir shop. We ...

3 Countries in One Day

A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Aug 19, 2014

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Hey hey hey

I hope all is well in the family.



Today is the day we had been waiting for. Ever since we started planning this trip and Briony found this eastern trekker trip, it has all been building to this one moment today! Today is the day we ride in a tank!

Our day started in Zakopane, which is in Poland. We had breakfast and then we all entered the bus and we were whisked out of the beautiful alpine town and onto our way into Slovenia. The ...

A ride over the Low Tatras

A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Jul 31, 2014

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... 400 kg of gold was mined annually in Kremnica.

At it's height in the 18th century, 9,860 kilograms of gold and 113,222 kilograms of silver were mined in the mountains around here and there are dozens of abandoned mine workings.

Under the main house there is a cellar that has been artfully constructed to appear like an old mine, with a small ...

July 1st

A travel blog entry by kristenmh on Jul 01, 2014

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Today we left Zakopane and travelled to Budapest. On the way we stopped in Slovakia and did a tank ride. The back of the tank was all open and only had handrails to stand and hold onto. The eccentric driver of the tank, dressed all in army surplus gear, seemed to enjoy scaring us all us much as possible, turning around and smiling while he drove us down huge slopes and through rivers. I think we screamed the entire way but ...

Krakow and a little Slovak

A travel blog entry by wjtoh on Dec 19, 2013

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... was the next destination and is also a historic center as it contains the St. Mary's Basilica, rebuilt by the famous Polish king, Casimir III the Great. Inside the town also lies the Krakow Cloth Hall which contains a long stretch of stalls, each selling many souvenirs and items unique to Krakow. The purchase of miniature dragon figures conclude the trip in Krakow (one of their signature souvenirs).


Leaving Poland, it was a mountainous journey up along ...