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... almost completely deserted; nothing was open and no one was out. To make matters worse, when I arrived at the hostel, it was completely dark and the lights were off. After repeatedly knocking at the door and ringing the bell, I pulled out my phone and called the number for the hostel. I almost never use my phone while abroad, but the cold weather and utter lack of activity in the town left me no choice. Luckily, someone did pick up, and about 15 minutes later ...
... from atop its perch. Our excitement was building as we got closer and closer to the massive structure. We took 2 hours to walk inside the castle walls and in the inner bailie, learning about the sad history of the castle. I strongly recommend going to see this beautiful place. Among the ruins, I felt as though I was part of Monty Python’s search for the Holy Grail. I nearly expected King Arthur to pop out from behind one of the many fallen stones and ask me ...
... around as much as possible before our fingers and toes began to go numb. We stopped in a restaurant called "Stek Chalupa" (so, I had to take a picture for Greg Chalupa obviously). We devoured perogies and stayed inside as long as we could to warm up before braving the weather for our 20 minute walk back to the bus station.
Taylor (my dear brother) recommended a hostel where he stayed called the “Goodbye Lenin Hostel”. ...
... we came back in time for dinner, the place was filling up and a Roma band was playing in the corner. Score! Deanne noticed a guy playing an instrument I'd never seen. "He's playing a Hacklrett!" (sp?) she exclaimed. A what? When she was an exchange student in Austria (when she was 16 going on 17.....) one of the guys in town played one of these things. It's like an open piano on it's side, like a harp, and the guy hits the strings with small hammers. ...
... Big Deal! We sat in the hot pool and enjoyed the rain. Each night, there was a laser show in one of the large indoor pools. It was actually pretty cool. I've never seen anything like it and they can create holograms of people dancing in mid-air above the pools after they spray a fog over the pool.
In the background are the Tatras Mountains, a range of the Carpathians. It's a big tourist draw for Slovakians, ...