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So where to begin... This was one of the longest days of the trip so far. To be honest, I am somewhat disappointed in my traveling skills as it got me into a few binds. It started out from a good decision to remain in Košice, Slovakia Friday night, but Saturday would test my durability and smarts. Friday night set this tone: After writing in my blog Friday, I decided to go out for a few beers... a few. Then I meet some of the coolest Slovakian guys at one of the pubs. The ...
... of around 200,000 I think. And for many people here, this 'eastern-edge' city of Europe, is making its mark as a true travel and cultural destination. As a matter of fact, it was voted as 2013's European Capital of Culture. Once a mining and industrial town, it is transforming into an art and cultural center. Tidbit - Andy Warhol has some of his original paintings here; although he once said 'he comes from nowhere', his ...
... d check luggage and spend a few hours before heading on to Poprad, the gateway to the High Tatras mountains.
We're glad we did. We went back and forth on whether we should visit here. It was the 2013 Cultural Capital of Europe and is a quaint midsize city.
They have a wonderful Gothic Cathedral that I later read is "the Easternmost Western-Style Gothic Cathedral in Europe." There you have it.
We grabbed some ...
... signs indicate a region that gets heavy snowfall in winter.
*We cross the border (what border?) into Slovakia. The language seems equally difficult to pronounce. We have had a lovely time in Poland; we have been impressed by its courteous, welcoming people, by the clean & attractive environment, by the mostly modern transport infrastructure – and we wonder why England is such ...
After an early wake up call, thanks to the little ones playing on their Big Wheel trike (which was cute but we're not used to), we breakfasted and got ready for a day of castle visits. On our way to our first castle in Boldogko, we stopped to take pictures of the surrounding countryside, including the rolling hills covered in vines- it was beautiful! The. We were off to the ruins at Boldogko. It's set upon a hilltop, overlooking the surrounding fields and vineyards. It was built in ...