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- Swimming pool
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... Club, a large room with a large bar in the back. Downstairs and past 2 other smoky bars last night was the gritty Randal Club, a punk/metal themed bar. There was no shortage of antics, but not by us. There was the requisite mentally ill/ totally drunk local guy and then there were 2 older dudes in leather jackets dancing like fools and trying to impress the young hotties. They failed.
It was totally fun. The highlight band, Kaktus, ...
We had a choice today of a visit to the Schonnbrun Palace or a bus trip to Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. We decided on Bratislava as we've seen seen quite a few 'over the top' golden palaces up to now. And what a contrast! As with most of the countries who have been under communist rule and not long been independent, it was really showing signs of wear. It was a surprise to see large chunks of plaster fallen off buildings ...
... the moment that this occurred, and we arrived there a good hour earlier than expected, but I had my suspicions when I started noticing billboards advertising in German. We did get to see a little bit of Vienna before our Austrian dinner, but I will leave that to my next blog entry. So there you have it: Hungary for breakfast, Slovakia for lunch, and Austria in time for dinner = three countries all in just the one ...
... think about something else, it’s only 20 more minutes!” and “Natasha, don’t speak about it so loudly”. Of course, I’d have to walk past this girl to get off the bus. Wah. The father, realizing that the situation was serious, got up to look for a bathroom, but the bus was so old that it didn’t have one. Damn, I heard him say. Trying not to look at the girl’s reflection in the window, I thought happy thoughts. ...
... There was also what resembled a small manhole cover missing and not marked--which could have made for a walking casualty. We thought that the guide would never quit talking. We wanted to shop and she was eating into our time! This was the first place that sold things I had been waiting for: painted (but not carved, darn it) eggs, wooden toys and some beautiful brown dishes with white painted designs (that I couldn't resist.)
We cast off ...