Hotel Sorea Trigan
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... 27 and the bell boy has $2 in his pocket. The question is where did the other $1 go? "
If you can pick the misdirection in this puzzle comment in the comment section of this blog.
We passed through Szentendre and our first stop was at Visegrad and the old castle.
Visegrád is a small town in Hungary, situated north of Budapest on the right bank of the Danube. King Charles I of Hungary made Visegrád, his hometown, the royal seat ...
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Kemping, was a very scary village. We started following the rusty old signs into a very run down part at the top of town and the back streets were all dug up and the housing…. Well…. Scary. Eventually we did find the place however it was up a track and then the track stopped at a very rusted gate with the words Camping on it…. Be buggered… we locked the car doors, put the queen mary into reverse and off we went.
... into the heart of them. Arriving at a green plateau filled with small shrubs, streams run through them like viens. A towering waterfall draws my ear as I gaze at the remnants of snow from the past winter. Clouds whisk past the peaks as the mountains encircle me, a distant window of the town Poprad reminds me of the civilisation below. Trudging through snow we enter the bowl of the mountain. Feeling like I'm in the center of a volcano I do a 360 spin and say 'thanks Tatras'. ...
Purple and yellow flowers line the edge of the grassy granite path as we venture upon the mountain ridge towards Mt Chleb. The fresh alpine air cleanses my lungs from the metropolis's stain. I sigh a grand relief as I view distant towns, ahhhhhh. Arriving at our camp at the foot of the high tatras (the mountain range between Slovakia and Poland) we pitch our tent and admire the beauty. ...
... blocks of this smoked cheese stuff for us all to try. It was such an odd taste, it was like bacon, but actually really quite nice! We then realised there were a LOT of little market stores selling such cheeses, and this is something the area is famous for.
We were headed towards the fanicular (aka, a cable cart taking you up the top of a really massive hill/mountain). Fortunately our youth cards we bought to bring with us came in handy for ...