Hotel Yasmin Kosice
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... not know exactly how many young educated people have left Hungary to work overseas.
How interesting is that.The British government doesn't know either!
* Even though we miss out on Sarospatak, if you are passing this way, it does seem to merit a visit.
*We have supper at the only restaurant in the village. It tastes surprisingly good.
... it would have on the wine. It had a negative one and the wine took several years to recover from the shift in temperature- interesting that even the winery owners don't fully understand the living, breathing nature of some of the special wines. Sadly I didn't think ahead and didn't bring anything to take notes with but there was something that everyone enjoyed and several we tasted had won awards in wine competitions. It was an incredible once in a lifetime experience that I won't ...
... but otherwise the houses are small and a little run down. We wandered back home and caught up with the family, enjoying watching Oliver and Lulu playing, climbing the furniture. It was cute to see how Oliver was drawn to Jim, the only other blonde person in the group. He just stared at Jim, then as he got more comfortable he'd bring Jim little pretzel snacks, play with him- it was really cute to watch! Tomorrow we're off to see some castles and taste some ...
The thought of going to Slovakia, a country I knew nothing about, started creeping into my mind the minute I met my classmate Jan, who was from Kosice, a small town but still the 2nd biggest city in Slovakia, in the East. I had initially wanted to visit Bratislava, the capital, but Jan as well as other classmates that travelled there convinced me there wasn't much to do there and so I listened. I agreed to visit Jan for 4 days and stay at his father’s house in his ...
... walked so many years ago.
Returning to Zdoba, we visited the home of Julia Kollar, widow of John , Martha's brother. We also met her sons, Frantisek and his family, and Peter. We also met Eva, a relative of Julia's, who spoke perfect English which was very helpful to our communication. We had a wonderful lunch (and drink), shared photos and enjoyed getting acquainted.
From Julia's, we went to the home of the Vasil Family where we met John, Elizabeth and Maria. We ...