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It was in this stone-clad shelter that Pope John Paul II met Solidarity hero Lech Walesa back in the dark days of communism in 1983. The two men no doubt enjoyed their stroll - the Chocolowska valley may not be the most challenging for mountaineers, but it's one of the most beautiful, famed for its carpet of crocuses during the Spring months. The shelter has a mighty 133 places on offer, and you can bed down in rooms of 2 to 14 people. As is the norm, you'll need around 30 zlotys to pay your way. In return the shelter promises hot water in its showers 24 hours a day, a cosy little restaurant and a billiard room for some ball-busying action.
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We are looking for a accomodation in Zakopane from 02.13 till 02.15 of 2010(next weekend). I do not understand polish, so maybe You can answer me about the possibility to take place in Your hostel? We are 6 people. How much it could cost?
I am looking forward to hear from You as soon as possible.