Redyk - Osrodek Uslug Hotelarskich
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... from atop its perch. Our excitement was building as we got closer and closer to the massive structure. We took 2 hours to walk inside the castle walls and in the inner bailie, learning about the sad history of the castle. I strongly recommend going to see this beautiful place. Among the ruins, I felt as though I was part of Monty Python’s search for the Holy Grail. I nearly expected King Arthur to pop out from behind one of the many fallen stones and ask me ...
... churches and the architecture of the cottages. Next, we climbed Gublowka Mountain, which took about 1 hour each way. The path was very slippery and it is a miracle that I didn't fall into the mud at some point. Nearly halfway up, on a grassy knoll, a man was herding sheep in a cloud of fog. I felt like I was in “The Sound of Music”, it was so bloody magical.
Finally on top the mountain, we saw ridiculously awesome ...
... for $15 take trains to a mountain village within 4 1/2 hours! If only you could do that in Colorado, or in our National Parks.
The buildings here are quaint and they're starting to look like Austrian or Swiss chalets. There are many large, aging Grand Hotels, that harken back to days of yore. We just saw the movie "Grand Budapest Hotel" by Wes Anderson on a night bus to Warsaw. It's a great movie and I swear we saw the hotel that inspired ...
... Big Deal! We sat in the hot pool and enjoyed the rain. Each night, there was a laser show in one of the large indoor pools. It was actually pretty cool. I've never seen anything like it and they can create holograms of people dancing in mid-air above the pools after they spray a fog over the pool.
In the background are the Tatras Mountains, a range of the Carpathians. It's a big tourist draw for Slovakians, ...
... week, so Tajna (our leader) organised a quiz night for us. We paid to enter & intrepid will match our donation dollar for dollar and donate it to a charity of our choice. After the quiz we had our final group dinner because we all have separate plans for tomorrow night in Budapest. It was a fun evening but hard to believe tomorrow is the last day of this intrepid ...