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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... board for the platform the train was to leave from. The train was on the board but no platform no. 4:35 nothing, 4:40 nothing. 4:43 nothing, 4:45 it disappears from the board. Ok that's random. We wait and then the 5:43 train is listed on the board. We go up to the ticket office to ask if this is going. Oh sorry it has been cancelled, but the 6:43 starts from Bratislava so will be going. Ok. This is fun. So now we fill in 2 hours at Bratislava train station ...
... and we both had a beer too. After dinner, we wandered slowly back to our hotel through the main square, taking photos of the buildings and fountains lit up at night. We retraced our tour from the afternoon to see it in the dusk light, taking pictures and walking off our great dinner. It was a charming day in Bratislava- despite the run down areas and scars left by communism, progress is being made to turn the economy and look of the country around for the better. Tomorrow, off to ...
We leave tonight for Vienna for a very full day tomorrow including Shonbraun Castle. Looking forward to being back in Vienna with some guided tours this time. We are loving our trip so far. The weather could be better but there is no way to control that so we are just going with the flow. Good night everyone....remember how much you are loved.
... up the side of the main hill to the highest point in the town. We then climbed the tower atop the mountain and had an awesome view of the surrounding landscape. That night we met a couple guys from Edmonton area and hit the town together. James Dean bar and 5 Story Club were a big hit but getting up the next morning to check out and catch our bus south was not.
Cesky Krumlov was our next stop which was a 3 hour bus ride south of Prague. This beautiful little town ...
... and it's windows smashed and broken, it tells a story all on it's own. I love this sort of thing - one of my dreams, if you can it that, is to tour the wreckage city of Detroit with it's huge derelict Michigan Central railway station and empty skyscrapers and hotels.
The Finnish couple (awesome people, by the way - how can you not love the Finns?) did tell me what it used to be but I forgot it as quick as they told me. If I had to guess, I'd say it looked like an ...