Boutique Hotel Fortuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a night. So each man pulls out $10 and they pay for a room.
As the three men proceed to their room the hotelier realises he has overcharged the three men and that it should be only $25 a night. He gives the bell boy 5 dollars and asks him to refund it to the three men. The bell boy on his way to the room decides that. It will be impossible to split the $5 three ways so he puts $2 in his pocket and refunds only $1 to each of the men.
So now each man has paid $9 for his ...
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Kemping, was a very scary village. We started following the rusty old signs into a very run down part at the top of town and the back streets were all dug up and the housing…. Well…. Scary. Eventually we did find the place however it was up a track and then the track stopped at a very rusted gate with the words Camping on it…. Be buggered… we locked the car doors, put the queen mary into reverse and off we went.
High above the alpines amongst the clouds, I gaze upon the pine trees and valley towns. Birds echo along the foothills as clouds scoot up the ravine, perched on a granite boulder, I enjoy the stillness. Passing the ridge we venture down through the trees to the distant sound of water. Arriving at Zamkovskeho Chalet nestled in the pines we duck into a cosy cabin for a hot Turkish coffee. Walking alongside the rushing waterfall, it's loud applause cheers us on. The mountains grow as ...
Purple and yellow flowers line the edge of the grassy granite path as we venture upon the mountain ridge towards Mt Chleb. The fresh alpine air cleanses my lungs from the metropolis's stain. I sigh a grand relief as I view distant towns, ahhhhhh. Arriving at our camp at the foot of the high tatras (the mountain range between Slovakia and Poland) we pitch our tent and admire the beauty. ...
... least enjoyable of the trip so far...
We then wandered some more, before stopping for lunch. Emma decided to get a "lamb" kebab type thing with these posh potato type things, which we shared, but the lamb didn't taste like lamb at all, and we suspect it may have got slightly lost in translation somewhere, though what it was we have no idea... the potato's were scrummy though!
We then continued to wonder around all the tacky soivenir ...