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... bolts and the ride became more dangerous. A park once only scattered with life the roads were jammed with cars as they fled for their lives.
After 30 minutes and waiting for a break in the storm the opposite happened. it was not even 5:00p.m. but the sky turned almost black and it seem like it was dusk. I kept on through the driving rain and flashing sky until the winds picked up so much I almost was blown off the side the road. The ...
... qui se transforment en club durant l'été. Juste avant de traverser, une forte musique venant du dernier étage d'un building résidentiel - un autre - capta cependant notre attention. Pourquoi pas aller voir ce qui se trouve là-haut! Encore une fois, aucune affiche ou rien, mais le monde y entre à la pelletée! Turns out que c'est un genre de club underground, et le party est pogné dans la place! On se joint donc au party... mais après quelques temps, on réalise qu'il ...
... so that we could figure out where we were on the city maps. The maps actually had the street name spelled out in the Latin Alphabet, but the street signs were in Cyrillic. Our hostel was located in the Bohemian Quarter where all of the good restaurants are located. Each restaurant had a band of 3-4 people that would sing at your table until you gave them a tip. Although we didn’t eat at any of those restaurants, we were able to walk along the street and listen to live music every ...
... worked around 1890s to 1940s. The
museum was of some interest but is was mostly just models
illustrating some principals.
From here we found a substantial retail
market. Surprisingly there were a lot of flower stalls. Both bunched
lines and made up arrangements. The majority were of fair to poor
quality but there was some good product there as well. There was a
full range of fruit and veg, meat and fish, clothes and tools. Large
number of quite ...
... info office didn’t speak a word of English. We did find a shopping centre very similar to those at home, but that is hardly what one would call a ‘tourist attraction’.
On our way to the border we passed a couple of very nice Orthodox churches, and right near the border, quite a distance from any village was a university building. It seemed an odd sort of place to put such a building. The fellow running the canteen here ...