Boutique Hotel Fortuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Mom would have been so proud, taught me well. We had a 3 hour bus ride back because we hit traffic in the city. Just had enough time to shower and go to church. Since we hadn't eaten dinner we went to the Hard Rock Cafe in the square. It was fun and probably the most American thing you can do in krakow. I was most excited because they had Heinz ketchup! I haven't that in 2 whole weeks and Polands ketchup is like sugary tomato, not good. Last week of classes and finals coming ...
... was steeper and the the rocks were slippery. I was so glad to have my hiking sticks! Finally, after 2 more hours of hiking, we got to the bottom and a nice cold beer & salt replacement!! One thing we were really surprised to see how many nuns were hiking this trail in their habits!
Now, we were told that we could walk back to the village, but not one of us wanted to ...
... bit of time to get settled into the room and then off we go to tour the town with Todd in the lead & us all the important details. Here, we learned about an architect who develop the Zacopane style of architecture and then we went to the most interesting and beautiful cemetery I've ever been to. Zacopane is a ski town; tomorrow with our plan is to take the tram to the top of the mountain and hiked down. Todd is great at arranging group dinners for us in every ...
... to go some way up the mountain anyway to see the view. Lucy, Emily and I stayed in town, shopping and tasting the local cheeses. We later went out for dinner at a traditional polish restaurant with singers and musicians. Gemma and I both had some amazing mulled wine and I had beef sirloin with boiled ...
... whilst we explored all the areas around the region. It’s geographical location was ideal but unfortunately it’s landscape and surroundings were, in a word, s**t. As we walked around the town to find our accommodation we saw hundreds, for lack of a better word, gypsies, who were hanging around, kicking cans and generally giving you the stink eye as you walked past. I had heard that majority of traditional Slovakians do not get along with the Roma Gypsies and there is a ...