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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the case of Devin castle, archeologists have discovered roman ruins in a couple of areas!
One thing I realized while hiking up to the castle is that they never built these things on low land. You can only get to the after a long sweaty hike up the hill! Once up the hill, you can literally see into Austria! The castle is near the Slovak-Austrian border. It’s very pretty up there with the blue Danube ...
... on the inside, perfectly crispy breading, and the cheese was so fresh. I am in love.
After dinner, we came back to the house and relaxed/the family packed for furlough until FS and AS came! I was excited to finally meet A since she is my main “boss.” We talked about living arrangements and just got to know each other. It was a pretty good day I must say! (Yes, that rhymed…no, not on ...
... the Czech Republic. It was interesting getting the Slovakian take on the same bits of history that were covered in the Budapest walking tour, especially since there has been a bit of beef between Hungary and Czechi/Slovakia with land over the centuries. But as with Hungary, Slovakia got a bit of a schellaking during WWII since, with Hungary for somewhat similar reasons, their proximity to Germany ended in them getting pressured to join the Axis ...
... more expensive than travelling by bus or train, the cost for a liter of petrol varies from 1.70 Euro in Holland to 1.45 Euro in Austria and 1.32 Euro in Hungary.
At this stage I would like to add some interesting facts (for some) about the technological advancement in BMW's motorcycle engine design. (anyone not interested- skip the next two alinea’s)
For about 18 years I owned a 1992 two cylinder 1000 cc BMW bike with two valves per ...
... The boats rise and when they are at the same level as the next part of the river the front gate is opened and you sail along the (Danube) river. A channel has been constructed that the boats sail in and this channel is the next level of the river. Eventually the river rises to the same level as the channel, the channel is no longer required and you then sail along the Danube to the next lock. There are 68 locks for us to navigate. The ...