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... after field and farm village after farm village. Many of the roads were in disrepair along with houses and other buildings that needed the same attention. Slovakia may be in a period of development and modernization, but it's going to be a few years before this region of the country offers the same European conveniences of its neighbors.
On the other hand, the unmolested natural beauty of the rolling hills and distant mountain range was a ...
... and hear their work in the city's many museums and palaces. During the 19th centery, when the empire reached its peak of power, a splendid selection of buildings was added, notably the Ringstrasse, the grand boulevard which encircles the medieval city center.
Hoffburg Palace is a mgnificent jewel among the ensemble of diverse architecture that was home to the Hapsburgs from the first emperor, Rudolf I in 1273, to the last, Karl I in 1918.
... sup> Oasis – wonderwall.
Good songs I know and we had Jon Bon Jovi pumping when the bus pulled over on the side of the road seemingly in the middle of no where. We looked across the road to see 2 tanks just sitting there in all their glory in a paddock! We disembarked and were briskly ushered into 2 groups. The Tank was set into 4 sections separated only by waist high bars across the length of the tanks inside. 4 people to each row and the girls all at the front and boys ...
... fabulous. We are greeted by the lovely Veronika and made to feel very welcome. Everything about the place is classy. Our suite of rooms is bright, clean and welcoming. The guest areas are filled with interesting objects and books describing the region.
Kremnica has been the centre of a gold and silver mining area since the 12th century.
In the14th ...
Today we left Zakopane and travelled to Budapest. On the way we stopped in Slovakia and did a tank ride. The back of the tank was all open and only had handrails to stand and hold onto. The eccentric driver of the tank, dressed all in army surplus gear, seemed to enjoy scaring us all us much as possible, turning around and smiling while he drove us down huge slopes and through rivers. I think we screamed the entire way but ...