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... behind our hotel that we would be tackling in the morning.
The path behind the place we were staying lead us up a gently sloping hill to the base of the mountain where we were greeted by close to a 100 people about to embark on the same journey and were waiting in line to purchase tickets to take the cable car to the top of Lomnicky Stit, which according to Wikipedia is one of the steepest in Europe. The first of the two rides was ...
... Murphy’s Law, the day we were due to depart happened to be the most beautiful out of the entire week. The rainclouds disappeared and the sun was out in full, providing the best views of the mountains from every possible angle.
Slightly downtrodden by this episode of events, we decided the only appropriate action was to subtly flip the bird towards the mountains for this rude farewell.
For what it’s worth, we hope you enjoy the photos!
A + J
The visit to the Auschwitz concentration camps is hard to describe. Everything is very neat and tidy, the brick buildings look well cared for, the grass is cut, there are roads and there is grass and green trees. And then you notice the barbed wire, you hear the commentary from the guide, see the exhibits and inside the buildings and you realise that it is not what it seems.
Auschwitz I was originally ...
... on a path made of big rocks. The view was amazing and the water was so clear and fresh. We even filled up our waterbottle on the hike up using run off from the mountains. Then we got the horse and carriage on the way back down the mountain. Then we got the bus to Zakopane and then to Kraków ...
... get away from it all, seeking peace and solitude it's not that hard this of year to get off the beaten path and get a little silence. I have the hostel all to myself, the owner lives in the house next door. I arrive and he is not around so I take to exploring the town. Upon my arrival back the house is still empty and I am starting to get that creepy “Cabin in the Woods” ...