Hotel Tri Studnicky
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... on a number of levels dating from different periods in its history. The local tourist board has spent serious money here and it's a great experience. Michael, an IT student at Bratislava university working the summer, is very knowledgable and enthusiastic.
Francis Zilchy, owner and rebuilder after the great fire, established a museum ...
... second new one (Romania was also a first for me).
The road is not quite as good on the Polish side, but not bad either. Long straights take us down through the forest to the busy holiday resort town of Zakopane. It's a slow drag through but finally we are back on fast tarmac and in no time we arrive back in Slovakia.
As we head south west towards our overnight stay in ...
... Mom would have been so proud, taught me well. We had a 3 hour bus ride back because we hit traffic in the city. Just had enough time to shower and go to church. Since we hadn't eaten dinner we went to the Hard Rock Cafe in the square. It was fun and probably the most American thing you can do in krakow. I was most excited because they had Heinz ketchup! I haven't that in 2 whole weeks and Polands ketchup is like sugary tomato, not good. Last week of classes and finals coming ...
Today, we woke up to another cloudy, rainy day. But a little rain won't stop this group. After breakfast in our hotel, we hopped on our shuttle bus to the tram. Our destination is the top of a ski mountain, Kasprowy Wierch at 1959 m (6427 ft.). The visibility wasn't very good at the top, but 11 of us decided to hike down. We were told that it was an easy 1.5 hr hike; "just follow ...
... loved it all the same! We got back on the bus next and after a short drive we stopped for lunch and had chicken noodle soup. Eventually we arrived at our hostel in Budapest, the biggest hostel I've ever seen. We walked over to the Danube River and got on a boat cruise which took us down the river while we ate a three course meal. Unfortunately the food was not great, goulash soup, pork tenderloin and chocolate mousse, but ...