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... National Park areas in Slovakia, each one of which could be a holiday destination all on its own. Here is a brief guide to these Slovak National Parks:
Vel'ka Fatra National Park
This area of the greater Fatra, which belong to the outer Western Carpathian ...
... not tell if there was a way onto the highway in the direction of the mountains, so we stuck on the smaller road until it crossed the highway again and the entrance signs were more obvious. This of course proved to be a problem since it increased our drive time 10-15 minutes past when Laura felt we really should be at the ski area, for the 1/2 day ski pass, so the last few minutes of the drive until we saw the entrance sign were a bit tense ...
... and hear their work in the city's many museums and palaces. During the 19th centery, when the empire reached its peak of power, a splendid selection of buildings was added, notably the Ringstrasse, the grand boulevard which encircles the medieval city center.
Hoffburg Palace is a mgnificent jewel among the ensemble of diverse architecture that was home to the Hapsburgs from the first emperor, Rudolf I in 1273, to the last, Karl I in 1918.
... only a short while and at the first stop people were buying everything they could to use up all of our Polish money. As we continued our drive into the countryside of Slovenia we started down some back streets and were no longer on a main highway. As we were driving around all day Anela asked the bus to make a playlist for each person and put them on for the rest of the bus under certain criteria. 1st song was a sum up of your life, 2nd song was your dance song, ...
... loved it all the same! We got back on the bus next and after a short drive we stopped for lunch and had chicken noodle soup. Eventually we arrived at our hostel in Budapest, the biggest hostel I've ever seen. We walked over to the Danube River and got on a boat cruise which took us down the river while we ate a three course meal. Unfortunately the food was not great, goulash soup, pork tenderloin and chocolate mousse, but ...