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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the old town.
This is a military memorial monument and cemetery which is the burial place of thousands of Soviet soldiers who died in the conflict of the end Second World War while liberating the city from the German occupying force.
Bratislava City Museum
This museum was established in 1868. It is a key feature of the old town and tells the fascinating story of this city. Be sure ...
... to visit Slovakia because not many people go there and it still a bit of an untamed territory, so I booked train tickets the night before and there I was, in a train compartment with a young German couple opposite me and another solo guy travelling Europe from Korea.
Yesterday, I was also very lucky to have met a dude from the US living in the same dormitory, but unfortunately I could only hang out with him for a night. He and I had a lot to talk about since he ...
... has been subjected to rule and domination by invading tribes or armies, notably the Magyars (Hungarians). Soviets ruled after World War II making this place a communist state but that all changed due to the velvet revolution of 1989 resulting in the fall of Communist rule.
... weird when I say it to myself, but it’s the best description I can think of right now.
We shopped for a very long time, but it didn’t seem like that long until we sat down and looked at what time it was. We went to a furniture store, the mall, and IKEA. M found a lot of what she needed for the office and a few things she also needed for her apartment she is currently moving in to. I bought a ...
... and stay in Vienna? I was torn, and went to bed in quite an annoyed mood, being unsure of what to do, a decision not helped the next morning by the hostel guy saying ominously, "anything could happen."
When I woke up on Monday morning, the snow was still on the streets, but it had stopped falling. I had a quick breakfast and made an Executive Decision – I would risk it. I might end up regretting it, as I was stranded in Slovakia and ...