Nude Sauna At Caesar Sauna – Poland’s Only Official Naturist Resort

Unclothed Sauna at Caesar Sauna – A GPS is only as great as the person who squanders good money to purchase one.
On my way out to the first and now only official naturist resort in Poland, the lovely mountainside sauna and relaxation spa called Sauna Cezar (Polish for Caesar Sauna), I was told the freeway running from Wroclaw east to Krakow would likely be my best bet. I was supposed to turn right and head south on Wroclawska Street, (literally, the road to Wroclaw). The GPS wouldn’t stop telling me to turn around. I caved. I started heading north. I turned onto a narrow steep road, drove about 500 feet, turned the corner, and nearly crashed into a bollard. The remaining road was a path for pedestrians.
Bielsko-Biala, town of Caesar Sauna
The GPS desired to take me east along a beautiful state highway. I recognized it was set in order to avoid highways. Driving on a expressway in Poland includes paying a toll. Poles are notoriously cautious of paying anything. No wonder it was the default setting. I attempted to navigate the menu to no avail. I attempted to change the language to English. http://nudismphotos.net/posts/jess-has-asked-me-to-write-about-nudism/ worked. Nation highway it was going to be.
There are very few traffic lights in Poland. In addition , there are not many stop signs. Every road is either a priority road or not, in which case a driver either has the right of way or must give it. This allows for a steady ride. In addition, it tends to make drivers go fast. Polish highways have a reputation for being wild. Driving as I ‘m accustomed on a state highway around 80 kph (that is 50 miles per hour), I was always being left in the dust trail of a Volvo sedan – until of course I came across a line of cars too bashful to negociate a big, slow-moving truck. Not many highways in Poland have more than one lane. In fact, just about the only time you see two lanes is going uphill – which never lasts for long. A determined motorist always dangers getting crushed.
Despite feeling sheepish as I passed beneath the highway I was assumed to have taken, I enjoyed the drive – until I reached the outskirts of Bielsko Biala, the town in which Caesar Sauna is situated. An hour of traffic was backed up. Happily there were two lanes. When I saw the orange triangle sitting on the ground I recognized it was not the ubiquitous construction going on in the nation. It was an injury. Motorists in Europe are needed by law not only to have their own crisis road triangles, but also fire extinguishers, in addition to an orange vest to put on when doing roadside repairs. Add the fact that you consistently must drive with your lights on and the likelihood of an American being stopped by a policeman increase fifty-fold.
Luckily the “road demons” could be a friendly group. A whole chain of motorists flashed me their brights before I took a swift turn down the highway. Sure enough, around the corner a motorcycle policeman stood next to his ride. I waved but he did not wave back. He was attempting to inconspicuously cradle a radar gun.
When the GPS told me I ‘d reached my destination I realized I was at another dead end. I called Peter, the Dutchman who with his Polish wife runs and lives at the little mountain side nudist resort. He explained I was on the wrong road. It had the right name, but to arrive at the upper reaches, I ‘d to drive up another road.
So much for GPS.
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