City Residence - Apartment Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Microwave in room
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... English well because they worked for a UK telecommunications company answering phone calls. We shared so much about each other and had a great night. They couldn't get over that an American was in Košice, because most of them hadn't meet a person from the States in 'years'. They were saying 'why are you here, how did you know where Slovakia is'; but, common grounds were met. One guy wanted to talk about how great the U.S. Constitution is, and how important my 'vote' ...
... from a town east of here. Košice wasn't on my map to begin with, but it is now. Well, I thought the six hours here would be enough to walk the city center, then catch my evening train into Hungary. Wouldn't you know it, it pounding rain. I could barely get out of the train station for a look around. I did manage to make it a few blocks, wet jean bottoms and hoody, but what I saw got me really interested and enthused. ...
... 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.
... destination for so many young Polish people.
* We have a picnic lunch break just below Spiss Castle. Built in 12th century on the site of an even earlier castle, it was used as location for the filming of 'Dragonheart' & the 'Last Legion'. In the vernacular it is known as 'Spissky Hrad'. We are driving through a landscape of ripening corn and sunflowers in full bloom. As SG tries to get ...
... century and has been restored recently. We had to go up a ramp to enter the castle through its main gate, then were in the area between the inner castle and the outer wall, which was topped with guard towers and walkways. In this area is a restored grain wheel with a funnel, similar to a waterwheel, which was used to grind grain into flour and was about 15 feet in diameter- of course every kid wanted to get in the wheel and walk in it, grinding some "grain". Inside the inner castle ...