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... important town in Hungary, but later the city declined in influence. After WWI, Bratislava and all of Slovakia were incorporated into the new country of Czechoslovakia. Slovakia became an independent Slovak Republic in 1939, but fell under Nazi control during WWII. After the war ended it fell under communist control and became part of the Eastern Bloc. In 1993 Slovakia and the Czech Republic split into 2 separate countries.
We walked through the ...
Back aboard another bus, this time to Bratislava, Slovakia. We passed it by ship yesterday morning now to explore it. The check point between Austria and Slovakia is still there and has been unmanned since 2008 but we still had to carry our passports in case we got stopped for check along the road. The old city is packed with museums, palaces and buildings all restored and painted after the fall of communism. We only got to see the outside of The Castle (built above ...
... We didn't expect much and ended up having a great day and meal for, once again, a low price that left us scratching our heads. The food here is pretty amazing if you stray from the old town tourist traps.
We bought our tix for Prague already and moved our stuff into a dorm for tonight. We plan to just get up early for the bus, so Deanne's initiation to dorm life as an adult will be brief.
Tomorrow Praha! (Prague)
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Peter, being the planner he was, was constantly checking the map and wasn’t seeing anything so I made him give me all the maps and just walk. Eventually I gave him the map back and we realized we were going in the right direction anyway! At this point I remembered I had my camera in my bag and it was making it really heavy! I was going to ...
... and see the entire city in the process. The feeling of cool breeze against my face, the sound of my footsteps thudding across the pavement, the sound of the running watch beeping at every kilometre, the curious eyes of people on the streets, the control of my own breathing and the feeling of satisfaction as my body pushes itself to do more, reminded me once again why I love running so much. It was an amazing morning, perfect running conditions and I took full advantage by fitting in ...