Hello my little licornes ♥ Yesterday we went on a trip with my family and also with my mom´s sister. We went to see a castle in Kežmarok and another in a village called Strážky. We started our journey at 7 o´clock and we reached Kežmarok about almost half past 9 am. After an excursion we went to eat lunch in the near restaurant. The lunch was so delicious ♥
After lunch we were walking down to the main street in Kežmarok. We wanted to see also a town and I was really enjoying walking there because of those wonderful buildings as you can see on the photos. Aren´t they just amazing? Most shops were closed because it was Saturday and it´s a small town, but most restaurants and cafés were, thanks God, opened.
Reštaurácia, v ktorej sme sa boli najesť.
Restaurant where we had lunch.
Po malej prechádzke cez historické centrum sme sa opäť vrátili k hradu, kde stálo naše auto, a vybrali sme sa na šesťminútovú cestu do obce Strážky. Cestou ku kaštielu sme sa prešli cez rozľahlý park plný zelene, stromov, chodníčkov a sôch. Ideálne miesto pre cvičenie, relax alebo posedenie s priateľmi či rodinou. Takýto nádherný park im naozaj závidím ♥
After walking in Kežmarok we walked back to the castle where our car was waiting. We went to the village called Strážky where we saw another castle and also a huge beautiful park, where you could run, work out, hug the trees, have a picnic with your friend or family and so on. It was a really enjoyable route. I envy them their park so much ♥
Do Strážok sme dorazili práve včas, keďže akurát za niekoľko minút mala začať ďalšia exkurzia. Okrem zaujímavých faktov, vystaveného nábytku, architektúry a iných podobných vecí, ktoré si môžete o kaštieli vypočuť alebo popozerať, sme si mohli pozrieť aj umeleckú tvorbu Mednyanského, Czóbelovej a slovenských maliarov 20. storočia.
We came there when another excursion was about to begin, so we made it on time! Except interesting facts, royal furniture, architecture and another things, you could hear and see there, we could also enjoy paintings painted by Mednyanský, Czóbel and those painted by slovak artists from the 20th century.