Aston Business Hotel
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... and saw that they charge at least $250/person/night. Maybe someday! Instead, we later bought bus tickets to Prague at a Student Travel Agency for $14 Euros each. It's much cheaper and faster than a train.
We also booked an apartment in Prague on Booking.com for 3 nights starting on Sunday. We'll meet my friends Matt and Marcella there. Matt used to live in Madison and has lived in Prague for many years now. Our Gubernatorial race ...
Thursday, June 26 will always be a day to remember. Why? Because it is the day that I accepted that God has some plan for me in Vienna. Where did this all come from? Well, it's a story full of fun, maps, and chocolate. When I returned to work on Wednesday, I was told that I was going to Vienna the next day to take Stacy to the office and then give her a whirlwind tour of this beautiful city. We got there ...
Today was pretty much just a travel day. I got the Polskibus from Krakow at 10:30am to another Polish city called Katowice. I had about an hour and a half to wait so I grabbed some lunch at the bus station and then hopped on my next bus to Bratislava. It was about a five and a half hour ride and it was pretty nice. The scenery once we got into Slovakia was really nice. There were a lot of farms, a few castles, and a couple of mountains. It was raining ...
... this we headed to the hostel to check in. I was desperate to do washing (running low on undies) so that was the first thing I did. This time we were rooming with Tess who is really nice. We pretty much just bummed in our rooms until dinner time. Dinner was a 2 minute walk down the street. We started off with pumpkin soup... Soooo good. Then we had pork, sauerkraut and a dumpling for our main. This was quite nice, and the sauerkraut was ...
... to judge.
We spent our first evening at the hostel reading up on the area and enjoying some live blues music when Troy came up with the idea to rent a car to travel the area and see as many castles as humanly possible. In particular, this decision came as a result of the lacklustre attractions we found in the city centre and surrounding area that afternoon. Moments later, the car was booked for pick up first thing the next morning and ...