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... saw the beautiful view then did a walking tour around the historic areas of the town. Our guide, George 'The Bear' was very amusing and had a dry sense of humour and he gave us a good insight into Slovakia. The busy day and chilly evening had made Tony very hungry so he had to refuel in McDonalds before we walked back to the boat to eat supper! The boat is travelling to Budapest tonight and at times is a bit bumpy as we are passing through locks or travelling alongside other ...
... For over 100 years, while the Ottomans held Budapest, Hungary moved its capital here. And the city's proximity to Vienna has meant a vibrant trade going back to the Habsburgs. Communism was not nearly so kind. But since the Velvet Revolution restored freedoms for the Czechoslovakian people, and then later Slovakia separated and re-established its capital, there has been a persistent but sometimes slow effort to beautify Bratislava. It seems ...
... gardens and although still misty wasn't disappointed. From here we cycled through flat farm land which was mostly cultivated with corn, pumpkins, kale or cleared land ready for planting. We went through some quaint wee villages along the way ( I noticed the pastel colours on the otherwise very simple little houses..mostly semi detached). We crossed a crazy bridge..was like a roller coaster of rolling hills...all bridge! We had lunch ...
... instead go open seating. We didn't have a reserved seat so we could sit where we liked. The train wasn't crowded and we ended up having the compartment all to ourselves. It was interesting to see the countryside- we went past Visegrad in the north of the country. The kings of Hungary had built a palace on top of the hill there centuries ago- now it's just a ruin. I remember going up there when I was little and there were streps with Roman numerals on them and a view across the river ...
... medieval conquests and more recent wars – with Napoleon noted as being the one to finally destroy much of what remained during his reign. With views of the Danube River, back across to Vienna and around the north of Bratislava, the site was well worth a stop, before heading to the campground.
The campground in Zlate Plesky hadn’t had great reviews online, mostly due to cleanliness and after what we’d found in the Czech Republic ...