Плануємо наступні поїздки /Planning next trips #rysy #caminodesantiago #mountblanc ? #africa A post shared by Oleksandr Korytskyy (@oleksandr.korytskyy) on Apr 30, 2017 at 3:17am PDT
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It has passed over a year now, but I managed finally to make a video to this intense #F1Trip with #FollowUsOnFacebook tags.
Lviv, Ukraine – Kraków, Poland – Wroclaw, Poland – Berlin, Germany – Hamburg, Germany – Bremen, Germany – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Rotterdam, Netherlands – Antwerp, Belgium – Brussels, Belgium – Liège, Belgium – F1 Spa Francorchamps Race Circuit, Belgium – Luxembourg, Luxembourg – Paris, France – Prague, Czech Republic – Opole, Poland – Krakow, Poland – Lviv, Ukraine
There is a turn ahead, you let the throttle go, letting motorcycle to slow down without breaks squeezed, and entering a steep turn at the speed of 80-90, reaching small draw-in, stopping and waiting for others. The group catches, stopped and turned off engines. Accelerated energy flow, either adrenaline flow, comes to surface and everybody shares impressions about their horses and about senses of speed and road.
Saturday Morning, September 24, 2016. Warmup.
Krakow. 8.30 am. +9 outside. Cloudy. Gonna rain? At 9.30 meeting at Wild Bean Cafe. I’m going out, driving out, let me see around. Thermoshirt, polo neck, buff, warm gloves (skiing gloves are warm enough)))))) ).
It’s been around half a year I was searching for coffee house in Krakow, where the coffee beans are roasted in the house and you could order fresh espresso… Something like “Zolotyy Dukat” in Lviv.
On September 3, 2016, on 3 Lunar day, 9 adventures gathered from Wroclaw, Warsaw, Krakow and Lviv dreaming to ascend to the most complicated and highest peak of Poland with 2499 meters high. And try to reach other Rysy peak on Slovakia side with 2503 meters high.
This is the time to plan trip and roaming.
This time September 2-4, 2016, I’m planning to ascend Rysy mountain (https://www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=49.179444&mlon=20.088056&zoom=12#map=13/49.1866/20.0871) with 2503 m high, located on the border between Poland and Slovakia and being the highest point of Poland.