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There was a (temporary) exhibit about petrogylphs of Central Asia that made me want to go to Kazakhstan. A (temporary) exhibit about books. It wasn't quite as informative as the exhibition at Pannonhalma Abbey, but a significant portion of it was devoted to Slovakian authors and literature, so that was a little information about the country. There was also a (temporary) exhibit with a handful of items from the Turkish occupation of southern ...
... front door (huff, puff – all Baby Boo’s fault!). We also made a stop-over to Christoph’s favorite cheese store, which was, in one word: awesome. (In three words: awesome/lovely-stinky.)
After a rest at C&T’s place, we headed out again around 6pm for another walk through more Christmas markets, grabbing a snack before heading to the Slovak National Theatre to hear the Slovak Philharmonic (Slovenská filharmónia) in concert! ...
... the city before finding lunch... which ended up not being that great. However, we then found some desserts down the street! One was a cherry and poppy seed strudel, which was not that great but interesting. We had the most amazing hot chocolate though. It tasted as though someone had just melted an enormous block of chocolate into my glass! That is how good it was! Afterward, we headed to the bus for our 4 hour bus ride to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kyjev Bratislava
Parfais pour une premiere arrivée avant la longue embardée des auberge de jeunesse!
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