Hotel Tri Studnicky
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... home. My town exploration kicked off with a fine cup-a-joe and apple pie.....followed by a leisurely amble though the cobble stoned Main Street popping in and out of shops to 'look see'. We have been well fed here and sampled much of the local cuisine. Smoked sheeps cheese and cranberry sauce is just about on every corner, and it's not half bad. We leave tomorrow AM for Auschwitz, and I'm apprehensively looking forward to seeing the camp, both petrified and curious. Night from ...
... and hear their work in the city's many museums and palaces. During the 19th centery, when the empire reached its peak of power, a splendid selection of buildings was added, notably the Ringstrasse, the grand boulevard which encircles the medieval city center.
Hoffburg Palace is a mgnificent jewel among the ensemble of diverse architecture that was home to the Hapsburgs from the first emperor, Rudolf I in 1273, to the last, Karl I in 1918.
... the lower ramparts -- and he roars, he really roars, there were actual little boys who were concerned about that. We even sàw Cracow's beach. Now, this is imported sand on a hillside, handily overlooking a barge that has a swimming pool on it, but it's there. We did go through the Jewish district, but knowing I will have more time thère at the end of our stay, I just enjoyed the glan cing views as we pedaled ...
... and territorial squabbles.
The mining magnate Thurzo family, who took charge in the mid 16th century, were responsible for a great deal of rebuilding work, although its present form was not finalized until 1611. It burned down again in 1800, after which the Pálffys occupied the castle. And then, after a period of dilapidation and WWII the castle became a national monument.
From there we were back onto the bus and back on our way to Poland.
... a stop, legs were jelly hands were sore, and personally my hip was caning after I had 3 guys in the back row unable to stop themselves from slamming into me on every turn. That last sentence can be taken out of context so well and used for completely different circumstances so please take it for what it is.
After the ride we took some photos as we waited for the second group to do their thing. They came back all smiles as well. The mood was upbeat as we got back on ...