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Kois Pension Zakopane Reviews
Aug 18, 2007
Of course we're a smidge partial to this place because it's owned by my cousins, but take a look at the picture! There's no denying this was the most charming and most comfortable place we stayed. They treat all their guests like family. They speak English, French, and a little German.
It's a bed and breakfast just outside the city center. A bus or taxi is necessary for transportation to and from the city center, where the train and bus stations are. Once you're in the city center, there's a lot to walk around and see. Some hiking trails in the Tatra Mountains are a short walk away from the house.
The breakfast is very good. Continental breakfasts in this part of Europe are much, much better than what's offered in the U.S. I have a food allergy and they were very accommodating to it.
Beautiful mountain views from the rooms. We can't wait to go back!
Portions of this were originally posted in my personal blog: http://whereintheworld-stephanie.blogspot.com/2007/09/back-in-land-of-good-showers.html
Part of the Krakow and Zakopane, Poland, August 2007 travel blog
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