Hedervar Castle Hotel
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... 14hrs. Yeah, down stream the trip only takes half an hour. We then swung by station to buy seat reservation and a ticket to Budapest for Jennifer. So, Jennifer got her ticket but I didn't get my seat! Why? Because idiot me forgot to bring her train ticket and I need that in order to buy the reservation. Why didn't I bring it? Because for once I didn't bring my guide and everything is in there. What a Muppet. School boy error as well. It means that I will have ...
... taken from the children prior to going to the Gas Chambers with their mothers. You could see small shoes, jackets, hats, dresses and a doll that had been broken.
After the grimness of Auschwitz, it was time to explore Krakow, which used to be the capital of Poland before it was moved to Warsaw. We treated ourselves to a horse-carriage ride which took us through the streets of the Old Town to the Wawel Castle and then back. We made sure that we were ...
... We had 30 euro on us, so decided we would opt for that (although there wasnt really any other option!) We looked at the menu and fathomed what we wanted and shared a large pizza with a drink each. The waiter was kind and also spoke good English. I dont suppose we would be expected to speakfluent Slovakian, but still, you feel embarrased :( We talked over the things we might like to do the next day usng the research we had brought with us and what the reception had given ...
... to dress up, very few of us did. A shame.
I didn't mention that a special late night snack was put on at 10.30 each night, but we never managed to stay up that late!
Overnight we cruised towards ...
... and impressive, as they are very modern looking and with great architectural designs. I drove my back past noon, and most of the places by the Danube were busy with lunch patrons. At the food joint next to Cubicon, I was having my second pint when the owners walked out of the terrace, and he saw me doing some hand signs to Mehrtob, the Iranian guy. He though I was asking him for an extra pint, and after the confusion he gave me this 3rd pint for ...