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... We were then immediately served food and drink such as you've never seen. It was wonderful!
After we absolutely could eat nothing more, we went to watch young Janik (Grandson) practice Futball (soccer) but it had been canceled. We then went over to Adriana's home, met her husband, Jan, were fed again, and communicated via a computer translator. It was amazing.
Returning to Martha's, we said goodnight, went into our own room and settled in.
Couldn't get a tyre in Cluj Napoca so had a quick blast to the only place I could find online that looked promising, however it was 120 miles away in Hungary...no response to my emails so I thought I'd just turn up and see...so the good news is I got a tyre, the not so good news is that it's about 3 models behind the times...apart from the price that is!!
But it had to be done, the tyre that came off had done 12832 miles from new and was looking like a slick around the middle, ...
... tourist type shopping. This difference was extremely noticeable. Our long day was concluded with a trip to the 'worlds largest book’. Where an enthusiastic collector has invested in a historical book collection and facilitated the building of the world’s largest book (in both size and quality). With empty bellies and an overload of information, we made it home in time for dinner and bed with little conversation to be had.
Friday morning greeted us with a ...
... anything else you might want to consume!
With nothing else left to see in town, I set out on the train for Bratislava, the capital and largest city of the county. The train ride was similar to the drive from Calgary to Edmonton. I can highly recommend not doing it! There were a few nice sunflower fields, but otherwise, it was better to try and sleep through the ride. It took about 6 hours to go across the country. More on Bratislava in a ...
... red-tape, and began slicing up the time we
had originally estimated it would take to get out of Ukraine and into Slovakia.
Yet again you did not need to step outside your car, there were no immigration
forms to fill in, in fact, nothing to sign. It was another slick affair where
only a few minutes per car to have a passport examined was the total hassle-free
bureaucracy, thanks to Dan’s nifty footwork on the spot, and the months of