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Travel Blogs from Lucenec
... in Zakopane. The town we stopped by, felt a bit more sanitised. No other tourists in sight. Some of the lamposts have speakers on them, a legacy of the communist era. To this day, they still use those speakers, mainly to announce what's happening in town and also sometimes, to play music.
I never quite like roller coasters as they make me feel sick. However, the tank ride had the adrenalin excitement of a roller coaster without the ...
What an amazing day! But I keep using the word amazing over and over - but today we began our tour of Bratislava with a trip to the Presidential Palace of Slovakia - surprisingly it was set up for a BMX bike X Games race with ramps and jumps over BMWs- that one looked as if it would soar off the hill into nothingness.The race continued through the city - passing through the old castle fortifications - such a strange juxtaposition of images! We continued ...
Christmas seems to have certain constants wherever you celebrate it. A tree, red-and-white Santa hats, presents and heaps of food. Within these parameters, however, it is the variations from one culture to another that make it an occasion to look forward to.
I was born in Canada and spent my first four or five Christmases in North America. Between Jane and I, we have since ...
... builds character," people say. By this logic, so does beating yourself over the head with a stick for eight hours, but this does not make it a desirable pursuit.
It comes down to doing something that you would rather not be doing. Who would rather be working in a coal mine than sitting on the couch with their feet up? Very few people, I would venture. So why are people who do things that they would rather not be doing considered ...
One of the best parts of this trip - or, more accurately, the reason we are able to make this trip - is the fact that Jane and I are both flexible in terms of our work. We are part of a new generation of workers (or, more accurately, non-workers) that was created largely as a result of the internet.
There are various terms for people like us: flex-pats, location-independent professionals (LIPs), etc. Basically, this means that we can work anywhere in ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed