Old City Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Ottoman Campaign destroyed the city along with the castle. It was rebuilt again in the 1700s but is only ruins today. The other castle we saw was Devín Castle, the remains of which sit at the confluence of the Danube and Morava rivers. There may have been a castle here as far back as 864. The castle that is now in ruins was built in the 13th century. It was destroyed by Napoleon’s army.
The afternoon was in Bratislava, Slovakia. This is the ...
... Budapest), and explored the castle, and then had pretty much seen the entire city. There happened to be a music festival on the other side of the river, so I explored that as well, at some dumplings/cabbage/sausage, and sat in a cafe alone for a while. I also spent two nights in the world's smelliest mixed hostel room, making friends with two American students (one of whom told me his entire life story in about an hour) and a Canadian, and was woken up at 3am by snoring ...
... out front. OK. Sounds like a plan to me.
Modra was a quaint, sleepy village and on the way in, we saw lots of small, local wineries and vineyards. Luckily, we saw a sign for a place in the center of town and a very friendly woman let us sample 3 wines for free. We prefer the whites, but all 3 that we sampled were good. They charged 1 Euro or slightly more for a liter. Yes, a liter of fresh, delicious wine. That works out to one dollar ...
... was a blessing because I was so hungry! I don’t understand what it is about schnitzel, but there’s just something that makes me smile. I normally can’t eat a lot, but everything changes when the schnitzel is in front of me.
After lunch, we just HAD to stop in at a chocolate shop and one of my favorites just happened to be right beside the schnitzel place. They have amazing ...
... ginger ale). It. Was. Fantastic. The gnocchi was light and tender and smothered in cheese cream sauce mixed with spinach and thinly sliced bacon. I wish I were feeling completely better because I would have eaten so much more, but thankfully they do let you take food home with you so the waitress boxed it up. Maybe I’ll have it for lunch tomorrow.
After lunch, M and I went back to the office ...