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May 29 2015

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska: Poland’s First Calvary

While I was in Wadowice last weekend, a local told me to visit Kalwaria Zebrzydowska.  The thing is, she didn’t say it once, she said it a couple of times.  I took that as a big enough hint, so I decided to check it out for myself.  I find that recommendations from locals are always …

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May 22 2015

The Stone Book Legend in the Pieniny Mountains

Last weekend, while I was in Szczawnica, I went hiking in the Pieniny Mountains. At the beginning of the trail, I saw this rather interesting, layered rock.  Due to my limited grasp of the Polish language, I was lucky to be with a local who was able to translate the text on the information board for me. …

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May 19 2015

Discovering Szczawnica

I hadn’t heard of Szczawica until I used BlaBla Car (a car sharing website) from Wroclaw back to Krakow. The driver and her partner came from there.  They showed me some pics and told me I should go, so I did. This has been the most difficult place for me to pronounce.  It’s something like Sh-ch-v-neat-sa, but …

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May 15 2015

St Wenceslas Cathedral, Olomouc

I’ve been showing you a lot of Poland recently, which probably isn’t the slightest bit surprising considering the fact that I’m living there. However, today, I thought I would take a break from that, and share a photo I took from the Czech Republic.  This is one is from my time in Olomouc – St Wenceslas …

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May 12 2015

Zawoja: Poland’s Longest Village

I had no idea where to go at the weekend.  All I knew was that I wanted to go somewhere to relax and chill out rather than try to rush around seeing as much as I could in the day and a bit that I have off.  I’d been to Sucha Beskidska a couple of …

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May 01 2015

Nowy Sacz Royal Castle

As you will have undoubtedly noticed from the title, I have another castle for you this week. Well, I’m in Poland, and you can’t go far without seeing either a church or a castle. So, castle it is! Nowy Sacz Royal Castle dates back to the 14th century.  It was built around the same time as Wawel Royal …

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