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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... did not deter my exploration as I climbed the hill to the castle, which was sadly a construction site. The one highlight was my expressive selfie in front of some sort of Slovakian king raising laughter and applause from a tour party. If you think that was good... After a healthy traditional lunch of fried cheese and chips, it was time to bid farewell to Bratislava and the bratz as the countdown to honetime ...
... where I started to see naked people everywhere (of course it's always guys in that case...). Apparently this little piece of park is host to a nudist community. Lovely. I got on the eurovelo 6 again, and saw more people, among which 3 young guys with ortliebs, listening to the offspring and pedaling frantically. Between Vienna and Bratislava lies the Donau national park, host to forests and many species of birds and mammals. ...
... ginger ale). It. Was. Fantastic. The gnocchi was light and tender and smothered in cheese cream sauce mixed with spinach and thinly sliced bacon. I wish I were feeling completely better because I would have eaten so much more, but thankfully they do let you take food home with you so the waitress boxed it up. Maybe I’ll have it for lunch tomorrow.
After lunch, M and I went back to the office ...
... was otherwise becoming extremely white. The turning point for me came when I realized I could no longer see across the river, a distance which really isn’t very far, considering that the hrad looks right out over the Danube. That was it. My feet were getting cold, and I’d hurt my ankle in Austria somehow. I felt as if I’d seen what I had to come to see, and if I hurried, I could just make the earlier bus back to Vienna. I had visions of ...
... liberated" Hungary. The term is used loosely as the Hungarians saw it as an invasion or oppression. Stalin and the Soviets brought communism to Hungary in 1947 and it remained until 1991. There was an uprising in 1956 between students and authorities, it didn't work and 25,000 people were killed. In 1989 the "Iron Curtain" was lifted between Hungary and Austria which lead to Hungary being seen as a republic and in 1991 the last Soviet soldier left. They joined the ...