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... wrong exit. In Vienna rain was heavier and my new umbrella was already broken, so I got very wet. My mobile wasn't working either so I couldn't call my friend in Vienna. After walking too much under the rain, I managed to find, finally, the hostel. I went to the guy at reception and said I had a reservation. Guess my English is good enough, because until I didn't tell him my name he didn't ask: Catalán o valenciano? He was from Madrid. So we changed ...
... our eye and got the stomach juices going was a shared plate of meat and accompaniments. We contained walking and stumbled upon a group of people gathered at a fence looking down to a courtyard. Annette found out that it was a free performance and that we could go down and join those gathered.
That we did and thoroughly enjoyed the one hour concert. It was a performance by the National orchestra, the National Traditional ...
It was an early start at 7am for my train trip from Budapest to Bratislava in Slovakia. I never intended on visiting Bratislava until i suddenly had the urge to go there after seeing Bratislava being promoted at the hostel. I read that most people who go to Bratislava usually hate it and find it boring and not representative of the country, so I planned to bypass Slovakia altogether by going from Budapest to Krakow. However, I remembered that in my childhood I had ...
... souvenirs, bars and restaurants. There are several boats in port this morning. We wander off the beaten path a bit and see what some of the housing must have looked like throughout Communist rule. Very austere and run down. By noon, we are back on the boat and headed to Vienna. The rain never let's up....Bob does a wheelhouse tour with ...
... time adjusting here in Bratislava. I constantly feel like I'm going to throw up, the smallest thing makes me burst into tears, and I have never ever experienced spiritual warfare like this before. Truth be told? I'm breaking and it hurts. Only a few people know the full extent of how I am struggling here and they have been wonderful supporters.
I am not saying in the least bit that I don't like Bratislava. It's beautiful here and the people are ...