markbakerprague Let's roll. Back to Prague, James. This research trip is a wrap! 1w

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markbakerprague Not quite the Grandhotel Budapest, but pretty close ... 1w

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markbakerprague The cafe of my hotel: Grandhotel Stary Smokovec. 1w

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markbakerprague Rafting down the Dunajec River, on the border between Poland and Slovakia. 1w

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markbakerprague Made it to Slovakia. Bye bye Poland, I will miss you 1w

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markbakerprague WWI military cemetery in Biecz, Poland 1w

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markbakerprague The crazy pink interior of the parish church at Dukla, Poland. 1w

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markbakerprague Lamb chops for lunch at 'Buda' one of my favorite restaurants in this part of Poland. 2w

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markbakerprague Another Polish city, like Zamosc, that's improved a lot in the past few years: Krosno, in southern Poland. 2w

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markbakerprague 'Carpathians Climate' folk fest in Krosno. :) 2w

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markbakerprague This was the appetiser: a tarte made from smoked herring, red beet and some onion. Shoot me now. 2w

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markbakerprague Gluten-free pushes you into salads and ice cream. I now have a doctorate in both. This salad is smoked trout, dill and chicory. Amazingly fresh 2w

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markbakerprague The former synagogue at Lesko, Poland. 2w

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markbakerprague Interior of the former synagogue at Lesko, Poland 2w

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