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... Vienna more. I love both of you equally!)
The weather could not have been more perfect as we sped off down the highway towards Austria. The minute you cross the border you are met with countless fields dotted with massive windmills. Metal…not the wooden ones as in Holland. Austria looks so different when it’s not blanketed with a thick coat of snow and ice. It takes about an hour and a half to get from ...
... state. Then conquered by the Soviets, it became Communist Czechoslovakia until the Velvet Revolution of 1989. In 1993 the Slovaks and Czechs decided to separate peacefully and Slovakia joined both NATO and the European Union in 2004. On our walking tour over the cobblestone streets we recognized a decidedly different city from the opulence of Vienna. Not to say that it is not also beautiful, but not in such ...
... up the side of the main hill to the highest point in the town. We then climbed the tower atop the mountain and had an awesome view of the surrounding landscape. That night we met a couple guys from Edmonton area and hit the town together. James Dean bar and 5 Story Club were a big hit but getting up the next morning to check out and catch our bus south was not.
Cesky Krumlov was our next stop which was a 3 hour bus ride south of Prague. This beautiful little town ...
... the Communist regime.
btw you may have noticed a deterioration with all the photos over the last couple of weeks. This is due to frustration nod time consuming file management with downloading from the camera. Therefore W has deputised and takes a few shots on the Ipad each day. I think he has done a wonderful job!
... if you don't have a problem with walking.
We also had one of my favorite European dishes ever. It's called Halusky and it is the national dish of Slovakia. It is basically potato gnocchi smothered in sheep's cheese and topped with crumbled bacon. I'm not kidding. It was like magical mac and cheese prepared by angels. Do not miss out on Halusky if you go to Bratislava!
School starts Monday!