Golf Hotel U sv. Jana
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I am not a bit surprised that after yesterday's adventures I slept 12 hours and still felt tired. The temperature outside was rising quickly and the predictions were for about 90 degrees F during the day.
Great excuse to keep reading my book ("Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn, two thumbs up!) and cook something yummy.
I made baby ...
... breathe every breath very slowly and enjoy the beautiful weather God gave me as a bonus.
To continue my own tradition, I had some potato pancakes (mountain style) at a small diner in a log cabin on top of Czantoria. I stayed for little moment to take in the amazing view and then got back on the lift to take more pictures on the way down.
I continued my trip by taking another bus to Wisla, a near by ...
... I always say I have no time for doing: READ!
I might have stayed home all day but the rain passed and I decided to stretch my legs. I remembered a favor my Aunt Jasia asked of me, to find a house of her friend, who lives in Cieszyn.
Ciocia has never been to visit her friend and they only talk over the phone since the friend moved away from Glubczyce. However, Ciocia has heard that the house has some beautiful ...
... foreign language, one could hardly tell that he/she left one country and entered another when going to the Czech Republic.
The architecture is similar and stores carry similar items, at least by the border. I quickly found 1 L bottles of Kofola and used Czech "koronas" borrowed from Marek to get them. Yum!
Ania, Marek, and I met for obiad at their favorite diner and to my surprise, by ...
We're now in Slovakia! We met up yesterday in Wrosclaw and had no internet in the hostel so no blog updates yesterday. We went out last night for a few beers with a local friend of Marcin’s and got a bit drunk. We started out in a Polish bar and shot back a few vodkas and put away some salted cucumber. It’s like a gerkin only instead of pickling it they just salt it but it tastes pretty much the same. After that went on to an Irish ...