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... where I sit writing this has all the benches, tables and umbrellas firmly screwed to the decking. Hotels ask for payment for rooms in advance. Bars and cafés expect payment as you are served. Always keep your entrance tickets because sure enough some official will ask to see it again inside whichever tourist attraction you are visiting.
Yet the countries are slowly upgrading to more western ...
... gate and into the castle.
Entrance cost is €5 (€4 for the old git) and is the best four quid's worth so far on this tour. The climbing continues up to the most intact part of the castle, the main keep.
Here there is a museum and a dungeon with medieval torture implements on display. This is thought to be the oldest part, and is mentioned in ...
... Sadly there are no translations so I just have to imagine what they say.
From Sepanta we continue on through Sate Mare to the border with Hungary.
There is another document check but we are waved through quite quickly. The Hungarians don't seem to have shaken off old security habits yet.
The day is cloudless and probably the hottest we have encountered yet on the dusty plains of Hungary. Not so good with a ...
Tomorrow is our last day in this beautiful country as we head for Vienna.
Slovakia was so different from what we will expected that we talked about what our enduring memories will be...not necessarily what we saw, but impressions the country left on us.
Green mountains, green forests, green fields, vistas of many shades of green.
Huge fields of yellow rape seed (used to make bio-fuel)
Tiny villages with orange roofs tucked into valleys among ...
... we go to; clearly a local talent. But the big event was taking the gondola and chair lifts ( 3 separate rides ) to the top of Lomnicky Stit. It was a warm, sunny day on the ground but by the time we got to the top, we were in the clouds. We got lucky and the clouds parted for about 10 mins so that we could see from the top of the mountain to the surrounding countryside. We were all uoset by the damage done to the forest by a huge wind storm about a week ...