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Travel Blogs from Kosice
Couldn't get a tyre in Cluj Napoca so a quick blast to the only place I could find online that looked promising, however it was 120 miles away in Hungary...no response to my emails so i thought I'd just turn up and see...so the good news is I got a tyre, the not so good news is that it's about 3 models behind the times...apart from the price that is!!
But it had to be done, the tyre that came off had done 12832 miles from new and was looking a bit slick around the middle, plenty ...
... Many parts of the countryside are owned by people unknown and are not kept up.
We continued our busy day by touring two caves (caves on two sides of the Slovakian/Hungarian border). The purpose of exploring multiple entrances was to experience the infrastructure differences between the two countries. The Slovakian side was under developed and poorly marked with little additional value to attract visitors. However, the Hungarian side was dotted with playgrounds, restaurants, ...
... a fan of art museums. This one was recommended to me (and was free), so I thought I better go see it. It was a modern art exhibit and the sculptures were actually quite good. I enjoyed looking around. It was also small, so it was over before I got bored.
One thing that I noticed in Kosice, and Slovakia in general, is that the drinking starts really early here. By 9am people are drinking in the pubs! It makes sense though as beer is ...
... minutes, with Gerry Crown
smoking the big V8 Leyland up the hill four seconds adrift in 7:03; the big
yellow V8 Holden pick-up was 15 seconds off Gerry’s pace on 7:17. Torque and
low-down grunt conquers hills this steep and the red Mercedes V8 450SL Coupe of
Clamens and Lourseau made a great noise as they crested the summit before the
short down-hill section on 7:41, the Kirkham’s red Datsun was close behind on
7:43, and the ...
Do you recognize that feeling that you've been born in the 'wrong' century? Strolling through Budapest, it may creep upon you. Budapest was BIG around 1900. In 1896 Hungary celebrated its 'millennium feast', commemorating that Arpad, 1000 years before, brought the leaders of the 7 Hungarian people together and bound them with blood to the one Hungary.
The celebration of 1896, which seems to have lasted some years, ...