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... other film themes, which was just fine for us. (Lynds: there was a picture from the film Psycho in the bathroom, which was a little odd!)
After relaxing a while, we walked a little down the pedestrianised shopping street near our hotel, caught our first glimpse of the castle on the hill at night, and had an excellent dinner of goulash, vegetables and Slovak beer.
The next day, Saturday, we explored the Old Town. Bratislava was really a rather small ...
... dinner and chocolate ice cream cake, we did not partake in any of the foods or drinks.
Back at the hostel I can hardly keep my eyes open. I am looking forward to my warm bed and sleeping the whole night.
# of countries: 17
# of cities: 40
# of planes: 3
# of trains: 71
This morning I woke up early and went for a walk to the castle on top of a hill overlooking the lake. Solid castle but a bit touristy up there. I of course got lost. Well not lost just went the most inefficient not to mention difficult way. Ended up on a tiny walking track up the hill. Most people followed the road. Took some pictures up there then had to haul ass back again ...
... from a hilltop.
Slovakia, Rhymes with … Nothing
We passed a mothballed customs building and stopped at a sign we assumed was the border crossing into the Slovak Republic established in 1992 (Slovakia). With Slovakia now in the EU, border formalities are no longer in place. We wanted to document us crossing the border in front of a sign marking the spot. The best we could find ...
... around it. The buildings were the stuff of fairy tale books. Budapest from the river at night is amazing sight as all the buildings were lit up. The investment in the DSL Camera has paid off already as I was able to take very good shots at night. The Parliament House is modeled after Westminster ...