BEST WESTERN Hotel Antares
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... fun and were glad to see some locals play to an energetic crowd. It wasn't a long walk home. And once again, these cities are totally safe. We've never felt threatened in the least, but we are aware of our surroundings and always check with people on safety issues before going out at night. It's kind of like asking if it's safe to walk around Disneyland when it gets dark.
If you want to see what our Friday was like, check out this ...
... with drinking establishments. There were loads of Germans around, and when they defeated Argentina to take the trophy, the German fans went crazy and streamed out into the street singing and dancing. Later that night and the next day CNN was showing constant coverage of the hundreds of thousands of German fans in Berlin cheering in the same streets I had recently walked down. It looked pretty exciting, and yet I felt happier being in my more peaceful surroundings.
Hungary is ...
... the castle. We didn't go in but we got some great views across the Danube and of the Old Town. There was a UFO Observation Deck on the bridge across the river but we didn't go to that. We went down to the Old Town and saw Michael's Gate and looked in some souvenir shops. Suddenly thunder and lightening started and it began to pour down so we headed into the first pub we saw - The Loch Ness Pub. For being a Scottish pub, there wasn't any Scottish staff ...
... not see the movie if can't confirm or deny. Another one to watch when I get home. The most interesting part was seeing the various statues throughout the city in celebration of pretty funny behaviour in the past. One was there to commemorate a guy who used to pretend he was working in a drain, but basically just used to sit in the drain, pull the grate back over the top and look up all of the ladies dresses as they ...
... the others sitting around me, so now comes the problem of remembering everyone's names!! :/ About a 1.5 hour drive to Bratislava. We arrive around 11. Walk into the town centre, a quick history lesson and then free for an hour. We grab a bite to eat, a bagel and hot choccy, and go for a quick walk around. Pop our heads into a few souvenir shops but I manage to resist the urge! Thankfully because my suitcase is getting close to its ...