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... going well, until the mother called to the daughter. “Sofya! Come back here with me, quickly!” The mother then scooted over into the empty seats behind me. Oh *****, I thought. Now they’re behind me. Russian kids are like the vomiting version of World War One’s Big Bertha. The range is, for the most part, pretty damn incredible. I was not feeling good about this. “Natasha, pass us some tissues, quickly!” called the ...
... nice. From dinner we went straight out to a bar around the corner. It was a travel bar, so they were used to us Aussies, they even sold jars of Vegemite!! The music was pretty good here, and they also had interesting shots, eg. "The tequila slammer" = wearing a helmet, taking a shot and then getting slammed on the head with a police baton. We stated here for an hour or so, and then went back to the hostel bar as drinks were relatively cheap ...
... to check out and have breakfast then we are all meeting to go on a boat to the island in the middle of the lake. Did that it was nice. The boat was hand rowed and there was 15 of us on there, poor guy! We had ice cream at the top of the island which is basically one big church. Got back to bus and headed off for Bratislava around 12.30. Got in quite late - around 8.30pm then ...
Yesterday I spent the day with the most famous pair of Slovakian Architects Pavol Panak and Martin Kusy. The firm name is B.K.P.S.
Peter drove me to their studio in the area of a former munitions plant in an industrial section of town. Their office of about 15 employees is in the upper vessel of a water tower. The structure was entirely of poured concrete and quite massive. ...
... 8217;s and Paris’ of the world).
The walking tour was very interesting. One thing that stuck out for me was how the city was still intact, even though it was one of the first places Hitler invaded. And the reason he wanted to keep it intact was to use it as a museum of the Jews and how they lived. A twisted mentality!
After the tour we went back to the hostel. We got to bed early that ...
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