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... as a frontier post of the Roman Empire from 1st to 5th century). After exploring the historical centre we chose a cafe for lunch. Wow the meals were huge and so delicious, I had the popular dish of Slovakia - Goulash so yummm. (Mitch had told me how delicious Goulash was but it was better that I imagined.) Back on bus for a scenic drive back to ship, past vine yards, beautiful landscape and old buildings/houses. Quickly realising that we couldn't do a full on ...
... way through the green countryside.
While my stay in Bratislava was short, I did really enjoy this city. It was a nice and calm change from the larger cities. While there isn’t much to do here as far as sights, the city itself is a draw to just relax in a European atmosphere. Next I am off to Vienna for a short stay.
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... 8230;different huh?)
Dessert gets it’s very own paragraph cause that’s how good it was. Yes, yes, I know. “Tiffany, you’re sick. You shouldn’t be eating dessert.” Well, I only ate a fourth of it soooo….yeah. It was a soft sponge cake, topped with thin spread of raspberry jam/marmalade, a thick layer of vanilla crème/mousse, wrapped in ...
... my plane leaving without me, but playing it safe never did anybody any good. I grabbed my stuff and went out to the airport to drop it off in a locker before catching the 9:30 bus to Bratislava.
The trip there was uneventful – it was cloudy and cold, but no snow, and the fields showed no sign of there ever having been any snow outside of Vienna. After checking a couple of details using the bus’ wifi, I was ready when we arrived ...
... Posters of Mozart and what appears to be his own mini-me at the piano, sharing a Mozart ball. You just know that when he passed away, without a dime to his name, he was hoping that one day he would be remembered as the face of a marzipan filled confectionary, not for his music.
Back to Salzburg. Such a beautiful place! All the shops with their old signs hanging off the wall, even Zara and McDonald’s were in on the act. The typical cobbled streets, the river ...