Hotel Blue Bratislava
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... more cars per capita than any other country in the world (Kia, VW and Skoda). The minimum wage here is 2 euros an hour. In Germany it is more like 9 euros an hour, according to German guy in our group.
Parts of the older city were knocked down and redeveloped during the communist era, so there is now a motorway running straight through the old town.
Bratislava also has more graffiti than I've ever ...
... s life was was not that pleasant & worked hard for very little. Since then Budapest has changed into a very thriving city.
Marilyn & I spent our 4 days touring the sites, relaxing & enjoying being here. Most memorable were: the Jewish synagogue & holocaust memorial centre which honours the 600k Hungarian victims of the Nazis, the Szechenyl thermal baths where we soaked in 37c water, Buda castle, vajahunyad castle which is a replica ...
... people I had met at the festival, but also a lot of new people. It was quite fun!
Victor took me to the bus and made sure I got on the right one. (This is a big fear of mine!) The ride home was nice because the bus was quiet and I was able to just think about how much God has truly turned my life around this week.
Real chat time. Last week, I was dead set on going back to the states. ...
... to the ship and rested before a wonderful captain’s cocktail drinks and dinner.
Bill spent the day in Bratislava, capital of Slovenia.
Bill’s guide on the coach to Bratislava described life under the communist regime and changes in Slovakia since the fall of communism.
It is interesting to compare Bratislava with Vienna. Vienna has many statues, many gold plated buildings and ...
... women migrants to Austria as care workers for elderly Austrians. I was most impressed by how accomplished Miloslav is as a very young scholar; he finished his Ph.D. in 2011. He is an institution builder, an ambassador for sociology in the Slovakia and all of Europe, and an impressive scholar. He is a book author (his dissertation is published already!), and he has many journal articles to his name including one in the world’s premier migration journal. It has ...