Family Guest House Razlovi
Travel Blogs from Harrachov
... university friend Irena and her family. Later that afternoon we took a cable car up the Black Mountain (a winter ski resort) and walked back down the windy road – that was a long walk which mainly Kibble and Irena’s three boys enjoyed. At about 8 pm we had a really hard rain with thunder which brought much needed water to the ground but also worries about possible ...
... booked for a 2 hour carriage ride to a restaurant in another Village. Lauren was going along as the groom, so she was to prepare the horses for the drive. She and Gary dressed in the same shirts and looked very professional for the German Passengers. It was the first long drive for this pair of horses carrying 4 -6 adults,in the bigger fancy carriage, so it was a little nerve wracking , but the event went flawlessly! The German family had a ball and were very happy.
... were beautiful,lined with every coloured flower, and the architecture!. We stopped for some crepes and coffee, (just cant get used to the 2 inches of cream on your breakfast) and found a 24 hour car parking place for 20 zloty as we planned to be gone overnight.
We purchased a map of the town and walking tracks on the mountain and began the climb to the base of the mountain where a Sky-bus cable car (29 zloty return) would take us to the top of ...
... with enough English to point us in the right direction. We managed to get on a track to a hill, but a tractor came up behind us and scared us all. So a couple of boy scout decisions later, Gregg had us trekking up the track to the volcano/rock summit. It was a great climb and once there it was a great view of the Polish countryside. Not to mention it was a great navigational achievement!
Our next stop was ...
... enduring a back breaking climb from the valley floor. Our boots on and backpacks loaded, we set off between the houses on a small trail that led up into the forest along the side of a small stream. Both sets of parents joined us for the hike and the kids were full of energy as usual. The trail wound through the forest amongst beautiful pines and evergreens, although there seems to be a clear mix here of both deciduous and coniferous - ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed