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... me that I should go a castle on the hill because you get a good view of the city. I took his word and thought I must be worth a look. It wasn't. It definitely isn't a castle. Maybe back in the day it was but it basically was a look out spot on top of a hill. The view was ok but nothing special. I think this was due to the mist. I didn't stay up there long. When I got back to the city centre I went to drab some brunch at a cafe called Kredens cafe. The food and coffee ...
... crowds. I suspect that this is a pretty right wing (non mult-cultural) society as we have seen nobody of a more "Southern" climate for the last few days.
Preparation for final leg to The Crimea: Tomorrow morning at 0938, we board the train to Simperol which will arrive 24 hours later. Provisions have been purchased and a small pack of "pensioner" strength Edam cheese slices have selected to ...
Sunday 17th June
Today can really only be classed as a fail… in saying that, it ended up with a great night. So basically this morning started with a bit of a sleep in before some breaky and a lot of organising my flights and such (still had not booked a flight back to turkey for the next day!). So by the time that was all worked out it was about 12pm and I was ready to head out for the day. Before ...
... a good sleep and were not kept awake by the music.
27th Sunday. After breakfast we went for a walk couldn’t get over the amount of people that go to church they were even outside singing and praying. Noticed that police had blocked off the main street but didn’t know why. Walked to the top of a hill 250 steps up and 250 down but worth it with good views of the city. Lots of people there. On our way down we came across a house fire the brigade came look at ...
... and other citizens crossing so that they allowed us to skip the line.
If Austrian road workers were to place signs on Ukrainian roads they'd put a 30km/h limit, "Warning" and "Tits" (bad road) signs on the entrance to the country and cancellation signs on the Ukraine's exit :)
For these two weeks I used to drive in European way: calmly and relaxed. So the Chaos of our roads met me with open arms :)