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We awoke to a downpour, but the weather gods smiled upon us, and by the time we began our day's activites the rain had stopped. Our local guide pointed out the sights as we climbed the hill to its highest point where we had a wonderful view of the beautiful city of Bratislava. At the top was the Soviet War Memorial, a thank you to the many Soviet …
We left Slavonice int the rain and made our way to Bratislava. Our first stop ws in Trebic, a UNESCO world Heritage Site. Somehow the Jewish Quarter excaped destruction from both the Nazis and the communists, andstands as a monument to a lost community. The Synagogue was originally built in the 1669 and served the community until 1920. Wedged …
... and architecture, but not much nightlife. One woman at the front desk said that they have to come to Bratislava to party. I don't doubt it. This place has it going on.
Today is a cold and rainy/misty day. We decided to take a bus to the wine growing region just outside of Bratislava in the Carpathian foothills. We chose to go to Modra, just 45 minutes or so up the road. We were told to just knock on some doors of places that had ...
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Peter, being the planner he was, was constantly checking the map and wasn’t seeing anything so I made him give me all the maps and just walk. Eventually I gave him the map back and we realized we were going in the right direction anyway! At this point I remembered I had my camera in my bag and it was making it really heavy! I was going to ...
... Shared lots of stories and experiences. Around 9 we went to the sun deck to watch as we transited the first of 67 locks for this cruise. This was our first such experience - it was impressive, even if slow, to watch. The Gabcikovo Dam/locks involve a 20 meter (~66') rise. We were told that, while not the highest locks on the trip, these are the largest in terms of capacity. We transited with another large river boat with a combined length of probably more than 800'. The ...