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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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This small town was exceptionally lovely, and like the other Slovak places we had seen, was dotted with brightly coloured homes and beautiful chapels. One of the most interesting parts of the village is “The Cage of Shame”, which is simply a large iron cage in the middle of the town centre. Many years ago, it was used to publicly shame women who committed adultery and other heinous crimes such as walking around past 9pm (actually). ...
... after which we could barely move. The restaurant was completely idyllic; it smelled of woods smoke and was filled to the brim with Polish charm. At some point, a quartet showed up and began playing traditional Polish folk songs, which we greatly enjoyed. We were able to walk off our dinner on the 40 minute walk back to the hostel.
The following morning, we caught a bus into Slovakia. However, we had to take one mini-bus to the ...
... We stopped in at the bar at the Grand Hotel in our village of Stary Smokovec and there was nobody to wait on us on a Saturday night, not even a Lobby Boy. The menu showed that the drinks were expensive (relatively! - maybe half price of what they would be in Madison). So we left and found a raucous little sandwich shop/bar and sampled the local herbal spirits. Warning - don't try Horec, which is lighter fluid with some herbs trying to mask the high ...
... designed. To get from our room to the spa, we had to walk down a long hallway, take an elevator or stairs to get to the reception on the 3rd floor, walk through the lobby in our robes, take another flight of stairs down and then wind around to the spa area.
If there's a convention, you'll walk through the meet and greet area in your robes and slippers! And yes, there was a convention one day. We looked for ...
... 6°C we warmed up quickly. There were a lot of dead trees around, because in 2004 there was a massive tornado like storm the came through and destroyed a lot of the forest, the dead trees are still there because of the natural habitat that they provide to lots of animals and bugs. We took our time walking up, stopping and taking in the lovely views. Once we got to the ...