Boutique Hotel Fortuna
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... went up pretty high. But he was brave and didn't complain once (maybe it had something to do with the fact that I was sitting right next to him). Then they both had a go on the bungee trampoline. At first Zac wimped out, but after watching Isabelle and how much she enjoyed it he had enough confidence to have a go himself.
... enjoying our day until Zac peed his pants (not from excitement! From the fact that he is refusing to go to the toilet – some of them are pretty bad.) This was followed by mum and Isabelle slipping of the rocks and falling into the lake. After all that we had had enough, and headed back down the hill, and back on the horses. The downhill ride was ...
... lovely breakfast prepared by Pani Marysia, we headed off to the town of Zakopane, passing stunning little timber houses along the way.
We walked up the main street of Zaks, (my parents are the worst influence when it comes to food - for morning tea we had waffles with fruit and cream – plenty of cream!) Then we walked a little further, made ...
We had another very quiet day catching up on writing and washing. We finally heard that Red was better at about 4. The mechanic drove her here to see if she was ok and we drove him back and up a hill to make sure we were happy. A part has been removed that was damaged so hopefully,although she is a little noisy, she is better.
We set off for Dubrovnik in the ...
... kneeling and worshipping at his feet. However, we did discover that we had to pay him a sum of zlotys, which was what we thought the Insurance cover was for. Oh well. We did not have to pay for the reluctant pick-up man. We bade the marvellous mechanic a last grateful farewell as he dashed off to collect his young son from school, confirming his status as the perfect man. All that remained back at Zakopane was one final test drive up the very steep mountain with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet