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... When the Hungarian empire was under threat - the rulers left Budapest and established Pressburg as the capital of the whole empire until the threat ceased.
6) Pressburg ( as it was known) enjoyed a golden age under the renowned Austrian ruler Maria Theresa and it became the most important city in Hungary during her reign (1740-1780). Indeed her coronation was at St Micheals cathedral in 1741.
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... get back to the boat as its heading off again. The city tour would have been excellent but we could hardly hear our guide so a bit disappointing. She did say that the average wage in Slovakia is around 1200 euros per month. Interestingly, she said that Volkswagon, Kia, Bentley and others are actually mostly made in Slovakia. The German brand cars are then finished off in Germany so they can be stamped as made in ...
... and neck and we want to get our ballots back to Madison early, even though they can be postmarked up to the day of the election in early November.
What else? We've been having a blast hanging out at the hostel and meeting people from all over. Finally! And the staff here are great and engaging. We stayed up until 2 am last night talking to a Dutch guy who traveled around the states for 2 1/2 months. And Simi at the front desk really ...
We had a choice today of a visit to the Schonnbrun Palace or a bus trip to Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. We decided on Bratislava as we've seen seen quite a few 'over the top' golden palaces up to now. And what a contrast! As with most of the countries who have been under communist rule and not long been independent, it was really showing signs of wear. It was a surprise to see large chunks of plaster fallen off buildings ...
(I am not sure I am able to post names so for now I will just use the first letter of their name.) Today was my first day of "work." I got to the office at 9:30 and was able to meet a few people before our staff meeting/devotional time at 10:00. During the time together, I was introduced along with another new lady working in the finance department. We then spent some time in prayer before going our separate ...