Hotel Sorea Titris Odborar

Tatranska Lomnica, Presov, 059 60, Slovakia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Tatranska Lomnica, is near Tatras National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Tatranska Lomnica

You say Szczawnica, I say Szczawnica OR ......

A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 11, 2014

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... sure what's registered. As we've talked about Poland and the camps this week I've talked about what I learned in Sunday School, Ive talked about temple, Jewish tourism, vvarious things. Well, this morning at breakfast there was salmon and whitefish salad and I commented on how good it was, and the Aussie said he couldn't stand fish for breakfast.
Marcy: "guess you're not Jewish"
Aussie: "you're Jewish?"
You never know what will tell the story.

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Escaping to the mountains

A travel blog entry by getcracken on Sep 11, 2014

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Warsaw stands apart in its role in fighting for the liberation of Poland, and as such, the culture and history on offer in this city is unique. We started our day with a visit to the Warsaw Uprising Museum, to get the low down on the demolition of the city of Warsaw in 1944. Poland fought on the side of the allied forces, and thus in theory with Russia against the Germans who were occupying Poland. This fight took a turn however in the city of Warsaw, when the Polish citizens ...

There is always an up - Nowy Targ to Niedzica

A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 09, 2014

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Today we followed the Bialka, another river that flows into the Dunajec, but the sun shone and life was good. But this was the day whre the well marked route -- white and red bars, or little bicycle signs, on little roads that led through villages, behind farm outbuildings, on pavement, on dirt, on cobbles, really struck me. Our European companions expect these, but I continue to be impressed by Poland's tourist infrastructure. Our guide tells ...

A Different Take on the Up - Zakopane to Nowy Targ

A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 08, 2014

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... on to its faith. As we visit churches, see roadside icons, even see young nuns in villages and larger towns, you can see it, you can feel it, the churches are living and breathing, not just revolving door parts of history, plugged into the tourist economy. In this region we see carved wooden churches with artwork that to me, at least, really carries faces of people who lived nearby and could have been and maybe still are your neighbors. That is great ...

Zab to Zakopane, it's all downhill

A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 07, 2014

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... a trendy place to be.

IS THE POPE POLISH?

After a couple hours in a 20-seat van -- and lunch -- we arrived in Zab, Poland's highest town. We're in the Tatra Mountains, if you're looking at a map. And if you thought the question "Is the Pope Polish?" Went away with John Paul II, well, not here it hasn't! We began our ride at a big sign for The Pope's Road. JPII traveled this way a lot, he ...