Relax Hotel Sojka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... town, Ben (our tour guide) bought us all some traditional cheese to try. It was very rubbery but it tasted like bacon - definitely the best kind of cheese if you ask me! Later in the day we all headed up the mountain on the funicular. At the top there was a tobogganing/luging ride, and being the big kids that we are, we just had to go on it and it was great fun. Afterwards, Alex, Sophie, Sophie and myself bought ice creams and ate them on the beach. You're ...
... out trekkers and skiiers. That evening, after Tero has left, I spend an hour walking up and down the main strip looking for something healthy for dinner and wind up with a McDonald's salad! I have forgiven the town even before the shaky Soviet era van-Polish pop music blaring-has dragged us twenty minutes into the mountains for my day walk the next morning. The ...
After looking at the weather forecast last night and this morning I knew I wasn't going far. It was saying it was going to be cloudy with more snow that evening. It wasn't cloudy all day and there was a lot of clear skies and the views where fantastic, so in the afternoon I went to to local town to ...
... I stopped to take a photo when it started to snow. I just to took it in my stride thinking its just part of the adventure.
the pass was at 800m and as I started to wind down to the plateau I was sheltered by the trees then, it started to level out about 600m and the temperature roped down to 0.5 C. I was just thinking I not long know until I hit ...
... before each having a long, hot shower using the thermal spa's excellent, squeaky-clean facilities, fill Ruby with water and head off after lunch. We set off NW up the 150 crossing the border into Slovakia, towards Bratislava. We park on the outskirts as always and cycle in. It is not an easy cycle ride; there are not many cycle-paths, the roads are busy, cars are parked at the sides meaning there is little room for cyclists as well as cars and trams, and the pavements contain ...