Oswald Balzer became famous in 1902 r. a Catholic speech in defense of Polish rights to Morskie Oko and for this reason the main road to the pride of Polish mountain ponds was named in his honor. Ul. Balzera is quite wide, mobile, the opening fragment is accompanied by a magnificent view of Nosal (1206 m, slalom route, nartostrada) and the meadows at his feet. The lucky ones have the opportunity to watch the paragliders glide past Nosal, which by the way is the favorite peak of paragliders in the Tatras.
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On the opposite side of the street, a large building at the back of the garden stands out, looking exactly like this, what sanatoriums should look like - large windows, numerous balconies with balustrades, small pillars and outbuildings. Everything in bright tones. Sometimes you can see the performances of theaters through the fence. It is a sad place after all, where sick children receive treatment and live, who have trouble walking mostly. Children's orthopedic and rehabilitation sanatorium, popularly known as Kabeka, the name comes from the patronage of the Prince-Bishop Committee, who founded them in 1917 r., has its own school, swimming pool and modern rehabilitation equipment.
There is a PKS Bystre stop near the sanatorium. Those who decide to walk to Jaszczurówka will take a 20-minute walk along Blazera Street between the border of the Tatra National Park on the right and the valley of the hamlets of Bory and Jaszczurówka on the left.