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Travel Blogs from Kosice
... left on the sides though.....
And it's like having a new bike, riding with badly worn tyres has a psychological effect, you tend to take things a little bit easy, after a while your taking things so easy you might as well be walking.....
So had a right old blast through the back roads through Hungary into Slovakia...what fun!!
I can tell I'm getting to Western Europe....prices have gone through the roof......
Back to tomatoes for lunch again I think!!!!
... Hungarian-Slovak partnership. We have wardrobes, dressers, side tables, beds, coffee tables, dining tables and chairs in each room that were all hand built. The windows are small are recessed deep in the thick wall, with no screens but a swinging glass door framed in thick wood. The thick walls keep the room cool even in the 90 degree weather we have been experiencing. The windows are adorned with handmade curtains and tied back with little silk ribbons. The floors may not be marble, but ...
... and all! The view was really nice though, so I suppose it was worth the effort.
The next thing I checked out was an archeological sight. Under the main square, they discovered parts of the old town. They are still excavating as far as I know. I could see the old town wall, the sewage system, remains of the old bridge, and some statues. It was interesting to see and really cheap.
Next stop was a brand new art museum. Usually I ...
... loving it in the nimble Lancia Fulvia, powering
through the corners with the 1600cc V4 engine screaming in protest as the
accelerator rarely lifted, to chalk up a time of 7:44. The climb was hard work, and demanding - “damn gut-wrenching” was how Rhys Timms
in the Australian MG SA saloon called it – but everyone was in total agreement
at the end: This has been a day all about crossing a border in plenty of time
for an afternoon of good ...
Do you recognize that feeling that you've been born in the 'wrong' century? Strolling through Budapest, it may creep upon you. Budapest was BIG around 1900. In 1896 Hungary celebrated its 'millennium feast', commemorating that Arpad, 1000 years before, brought the leaders of the 7 Hungarian people together and bound them with blood to the one Hungary.
The celebration of 1896, which seems to have lasted some years, ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed