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enjoy my morning in quite Bratislava old town
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Most days I like to think that I am a traveller. A traveller tries to see the world not only as an outsider, but a local. There is an array of definitions a traveller can encompass, from gypsy to hippie, and business to tourist, they all see places unlike their own, and usually try to take something from it. Well today (Monday) I was the …
... caught the bus. Unfortunately we got caught in peak hour traffic. We had planned to catch a bus to Rajak in Hungry (20min away) but with the traffic jam we missed the bus and it was an hour wait. So we walked back to the town square for afternoon tea. We then planned to walk back to the station and catch the 4:43 train to Vienna and go to the fairground there as it was supposed to be really good. Well plans are there to be changed. At the station we watched ...
... was so yummy we couldn't help ourselves. We shared a farmer schnitzel- chicken stuffed with cheese, ham and a pickle, breaded then pan fried- and a dumpling plate that had the same dumplings I had for lunch (with sheep cheese and bacon), ones with sauerkraut and pierogis with bacon and sour cream. Not diet food but sooooo good! Our waitress (the same one from lunch) kindly said that we were ordering too much food when we originally ordered another schnitzel- she was right! It was ...
... a long process. Our guide was very forward about how communism was not good for her country. She even told a joke about how before they came their toilet paper was grey and single ply. When the communists showed up, as a show of good faith they brought 2 ply white toilet paper. The Joke among the locals was that the second ply was because the KGB wanted a ...
... 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 ...