Hedervar Castle Hotel
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- Free parking
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... Pancakes! We have also renewed our acquaintance with Pierogi and encountered, for the first time, Polish donuts. They are nothing like we expect donuts to be, which is a very American product. Polish donuts are deep-fried, but not too greasy, with jam in the middle. But in Poland, they use a rose-flavoured jam, which isn’t very sweet. So, all-together, it is a great combination!
From Warsaw, it was time to head to Krakow and, again thanks ...
... Mozart gave a concert there aged six years. One shop window had a collection of Gustav Klimt porcelain, beautiful, and another shop selling the most beautiful amber jewellery. The whole place seems to represent a fairly poor country but tourism is the new industry. We really enjoyed our brief glimpse here and then returned to our ship. After lunch we had a rest and then went into the small lounge near ...
... see not just the part that constitutes the 'old town' but also the entire south side of the river which is all old Communist housing. Block after block of it. In former Communist countries as time goes by and evidence of the past gradually disappears, some of the last remnants are usually the buildings. A conversation later in the day confirmed what I'd suspected: south of the river nothing has changed. It's all as it was pre-1989.
Since Hong Kong I've been ...
... barley. We soon arrived in Bratislava which is the capital of Slovakia, it had a modern castle built in the 1950's on the hill with nice views over the river and to the part of the city that was built by the communists which is very bland and all the same. From there we headed though to the town square, on our way we saw the narrowest building which was a kebab shop it was 130cm wide and three stories high not ...
... a smile, off on his bicycle to his next event.
last night was our last concert with Mozart. What a farewell. In a luscious white philharmonic hall, laced with gold leaf very majestic. Sound fabulous. Now on to Prague to sing Dvorak's ...