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... of the town was their natural thermal springs. Numerous geysers were found throughout the town and dispensed "healing" mineral water at various temperatures up to 70 degrees Celsius. Locals and tourists alike carried around these fancy ceramic sippy cups which they used to fill up and drink out of. It was absolutely bizarre but we were so intrigued we had to try. Needless to say the water was very salty and tasted like metal. No bueno. We finished our day trip by taking a ...
... to the hostel and were just sat at the station to get our train to Bratislava for the night! Hollie leaves tomorrow after we've done the baths in Budapest. Scary scary thought. I have a 19 hour train tomorrow night through Romania to Bucharest -not my best plan! Goodbye Vienna -you are clearly for a richer older generation. If Billy Joel is right and Vienna is waiting for you - let it wait! ------ Bratislava is ...
... the V8 Ford Coupe, suffered clutch problems today – fixed up by roving sweep
mechanic Rob Dominy – but in the process the crew lost 45 minutes. However, the
crew have held on to their third-overall placing as well as their Gold medals,
but in the European Trophy, the car has tumbled down the leader board. The new leader of the European Trophy – for best effort from Kiev to Paris – is
Tony and Lee Strelzow from Canada in ...
... to us and we soon found ourselves engaged in conversation with a great group of people and organising to meet up for a drink that night. We headed out that night to a traditional Slovakian bar (that played AC/DC) and spent hours talking with new friends. It was great! Bratislava had been a welcome gem of a side trip. Our next stop was Budapest, Hungary.
Please, join us next time for another exciting instalment of the Blogie award winning ‘Clo and Matt’s Travel ...
... it is in continuous need of repair due to the shaking from the road!
We said our goodbyes to Masha and Malak and headed up to Bratislava Castle.
From here we checked out the view over the city before heading back to our room to make toasted sandwiches….the simple pleasures in life!!
The next day, Rory and I had a much faster journey back to the train station.
We made our way up to Trencin which is a ...