- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it soon becomes apparent is a well-used access track for loggers. We park next to a large pile of freshly cut lumber and Sam puts together a spaghetti bolognaise using incredibly starchy Hungarian spaghetti! Sam has decided tonight is an alcohol-free one and we have bought various juices to compensate. I set out down the dark track intending to try to deduce just how current and frequently-used this track is and whether to expect a noisy awakening in the morning. I haven't gone ...
... out of there with relatively no hassle. I have determined another thing: if you essentially pay a bribe to the police of a country, you have visited that country.
So, Slovakia earns the title of Country Number 13! On our way to Kraków, Poland!
P.S. Once we reached Kraków and had Internet again, we learned that the sixty euro fine is only supposed to be given to drivers who are travelling at twenty kilometres over the speed limit. Of course! ...
... so many photos when was silly as halfway up the mountain there was snow every where and so much prettier than at the start. It was sitting on the leaves on the trees and the road was thick with it. There were horse drawn carts you could pay to give you a lift up there but they charged you 30 zloty each one way. When we got to the end it was really beautiful and worth the walk. The lake had started to freeze over and the mountains surrounding it were all snow capped! There was ...
We went off to the Anne frank house today which is about a diary a little girl wrote when they went into hiding during the Second World War. They were hiding from the Germans who were taking hostage of all the Jews and sending them off to concentration camps once found. It was a really good museum with a horrible story. After the tour we wondered through the city if canals and walked through Vondel park and ...
Up early today as we have so much site seeing to do!!! We decide to walk most of it as from our hostel we were only 5km to the Eiffel Tower but there were lots of things to see along the way. We pinched some rolls from brekky with butter and jam so we ate those along the way for lunch (we weren't very excited for them but they turned out to be delicious!!!) We started off toward the catacombs which we waited in line for for about an hour (they only let 200 people in at a time) it ...