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As Bill and I looked out from our hotel, the Lokis (very nice, high up overlooking the lake), the rains came down, such well timed rain, and rainbows came out connecting the castle and the lake. Well what more of an invitation did we need? We walked to the castle, and explored nooks crannies, and history, which looked like nothing more than a title document, a list of who owned it when. This thing was last occupied in 1943, a ...
... where I sit writing this has all the benches, tables and umbrellas firmly screwed to the decking. Hotels ask for payment for rooms in advance. Bars and cafés expect payment as you are served. Always keep your entrance tickets because sure enough some official will ask to see it again inside whichever tourist attraction you are visiting.
Yet the countries are slowly upgrading to more western ...
... up his local cemetery with colourful and ironic wooden grave markers that create a living chronicle of the lives and deaths of the local parishioners. The work continues through his apprentices.
The church is undergoing major restoration but the graveyard is open and is a fascinating walk through one man's artistic vision. I read that many of the poems and rhymes on the crosses are comical, poking gentle fun at ...
... not as impressive. Pictures were not allowed so we will have to rely on our memory.
We picked Brian up and headed for a traditional Slovak restaurant for lunch but on the way we stopped at s mineral pool. The pool is outdoors and open to the public but is a protected site. When walking in, it has the appearance of a decorative pool in a park but as you get closer, you can spell a faint odor of sulpher. There were a few locals soaking in the pools but I put my feet in and ...
... of trees were blown down and the clean-up is still going on. Some roads are closed still by fallen trees and brush. It will be many years before the forest recovers. For the next 2 nights, we are at Hotel Solisko, under Mount Solisko. It is a modern hotel that won a design prize for incorporating an old train station into the design of the hotel. It is on the shore of a small lake. A beautiful setting but again, largely empty. This is clearly the off season for this ...