Hotel Sorea Trigan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Kids pool
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... of a place and worth looking up if you are ever in Bratislava) and stay drinking red wine 'til the music stops. The band are hugely talented, and even have groupies with them, but do not interact with their small but eager audience at all, so it comes as a surprise when they suddenly pack up their instruments. We are tired though, and the crossing of the busy main road to get back is ambiguous as to who has right-of-way, so we pay up and head home to our building site.
... Today, we left Budapest in order to drive to Kraków. We had to drive through Slovakia (or Slovenia as we kept joking), but we had no plans on stopping. Could we say we visited the country? Could we say this was country number thirteen? After two events that occurred during our drive, we answered this question: Yes.
Similar to our drive into Hungary, we had no internet directions. Did Paul buy a map? Silly question. We simply worked off of ...
Off to Morskie Oko today (once we finally dragged ourselves out of bed!). Morskie Oko is a lake in the middle of apt he Tatras mountains and national park. We had to catch a bus from zakopane 40 minutes out of town and then it took two hours to walk there and two hours to walk back. It was half price entry with our student cards (2.50 zloty each- €1 all up) and slightly inclined on the way there. It was 9km each way. As we started walking we could see more and more snow we ...
... search of the I AMsterdam sign. It was quite wet and jason and I both saw two men slide. Out on their scooters as they were turning corners. It was our last night so we went to our fav "burger zaken" shop for dinner and then went for some drinks. I bought some little key rings for 1euro each as souvenirs and my awesome Holland clog slippers for 10 euro... Have been loving wearing this around on the colder ...
... amazing too the underground cemetery but things like this always make me feel a it queezy!) this section of the underground was about 2 km long and I was worried it would be really tight squeeze down there but it was fine. Up next was the pantheon which was under refurb so we didn't bother going in as I don't think it anything is really that pretty covered in (insert word here ha- where they have the safety frames up for workers to stand on and climb!!!) Next we walked to ...