Botel Hotel Lisa
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... We left Poland and drove through Slovakia, making one stop on the way (the best stop ever...), and then from Slovakia entered into Hungary.
For our stop in Slovakia, we did what I was possibly most excited for about the whole trip...THE TANK RIDE!!! Though it was not what I was expecting at all...it was so much better... we pulled into a layby on the side of a road (I was expecting it to be at a museum or something), and ...
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... waited. After 30 minutes of every guard ignoring us, and after watching dozens of cars pass us by, we were finally given our passports back and told to leave - we think. We didn't ask twice because there was no request for money. We weren't chased by Romanian border officials, so we think we are okay. We do have to return to Romania, so we will see.
Now, the one thing we forgot about was that our SIM card would run out once we crossed the border. Luckily, ...
... meters from the main metro station and right in the heart of the walking street district with it’s many restaurants, shops, food stalls and even a small open-air market. To top it off our cab driver commented that it was also a very safe neighborhood to boot! We settled in just a bit before taking a stroll around the area looking for a place to eat. We eventually settled on the restaurant just steps outside of out door ...