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... while Dad and Dan had chicken caesar. The bagels came out in little individual bags and toasty warm. They were very yummy.
After a quick look at the weather forecast and being told there was a 90% chance of snow at 1pm and 100% chance at 2pm we decided that the bus tour of old town was probably better then the 2pm walking tour.
The bus was supposed to pick up from the main square ever half an hour. So we waited in the cold and rain for almost an hour awaiting said bus. ...
... to the cities, and eventually the community dwindled. It was easy to imagine the bustling life that filled the streets many years ago. The synagogue was interesting because the walls were painted with the words of prayers and with lovely floral deorations. Upstairs in the women's area was a small museum about Judaism and the history of the synagogue. Connected to this was a house with typical furnishings and artifacts. The first floor of the house was ...
Today went shockingly well after being up till 4:30 in the morning! I just could not get to sleep last night. Nothing was the matter; I just could not get sleepy! I continued my organizing of files this morning and finally tried my Kofula. Apparently, this is "THE DRINK" in Slovakia. The bottle describes it as, “No. 1 Czechoslovak traditional love cola.” (It is NOT Coca-Cola.) It is completely ...
... town like newspapers since they had no idea about Bratislava). Bratislava was also the origin (a day before Prague!) of the Velvet Revolution that led to the end of Communism in the area and the eventual return to independence of Slovakia.
The Bratislavan's also had a bit of biff with the French since Napoleon had come and conquered it in 1809 or so, including destroying one of their castles in the attacks (they destroyed another one by ...
... off to rulers of other lands to try and grow her kingdom "organically". Given what subsequently happened this strategy was not successful. Slovakia has suffered much from WWI, WWII and the Baltic revolution in the 1980's. Many bridges and buildings have been destroyed, although much reconstruction is in progress. Bratislava has a combination of architectures including Gothic, Renaissance and 20th Century. The parliament has very ...