City Residence - Apartment Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and awoke to someone poking me. He looked 'official' and kept trying to tell me I had to pay 20 Euros ($25) for the entrance to Hungary. Normally I would have had the strength and insight to question this, but I was weak and paid the man. Of course he was off the train with my money, and the train left. It all took about a minute, but I learned later from some people that was a hoax. Ok, I got duped, I can live with that. Then... when I arrived at the train station ...
After three days in Poprad, I thought Slovakia didn't have much more to offer. So, I packed my bags, and took a train east and south, the quickest route out of here. Nothing against this country to begin with, I just knew better things were ahead. My trip to Budapest entailed a 'short' six hour layover in a city called Košice. Košice is the second largest city in Slovakia behind the capital, Bratislava. It's got ...
... the main square after sunrise and after getting Euros at an ATM. We're back to the Euros here, but we'll be hitting countries again that don't use it. That means prices are a bit higher, but still quite reasonable for Europe.
We walked around a bit and took photos of the buildings and fountains. They also have a lovely Opera House, and it was completed at about the same time as the ones in Lviv, Budapest, and Vienna.
... 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 ...
... us continued to Sarospatak to tour the Rakoczi family castle. The village is cute and the streets leading up to the castle are lined with vendors selling everything from candy to langos (fried bread) to souvenirs. The castle itself is well maintained, with an extensive park surrounding it. There were several places where you could see the depth of the walls, which must have been at least 3 or 4 feet thick. The main gate had a really cool handle that looked like a hand holding a ...