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Travel Blogs from Kosice
The trains in Hungary seem a little sketchier than the rest of Europe, but after having the hotel drive us to Miskolc, the driver bringing along his 14 or so year old daughter as translator, we managed to get on the right train to Kosice, Slovakia.
We chose Kosice as a convenient stopover point from where to catch a train to Prague. We …
Couldn't get a tyre in Cluj Napoca so a quick blast to the only place I could find online that looked promising, however it was 120 miles away in Hungary...no response to my emails so i thought I'd just turn up and see...so the good news is I got a tyre, the not so good news is that it's about 3 models behind the times...apart from the price that is!!
But it had to be done, the tyre that came off had done 12832 miles from new and was looking a bit slick around the middle, plenty ...
... go in it, ice was visible from the observation rail and the temperature dropped significantly as we climbed down to its opening.
After returning to the heat on the surface we headed toward one of the larger cooperatives in a nearby village. This cooperative has over 1460 hectares that house over 1100 head of sheep (merino and cigaja), 180 dairy cows, as well as some crops that are usually used for silage production. All of the raw milk is sold to a specific company and very ...
... and all! The view was really nice though, so I suppose it was worth the effort.
The next thing I checked out was an archeological sight. Under the main square, they discovered parts of the old town. They are still excavating as far as I know. I could see the old town wall, the sewage system, remains of the old bridge, and some statues. It was interesting to see and really cheap.
Next stop was a brand new art museum. Usually I ...
... br> morning. We met up with a team of extra time-keeping marshals, who have driven
out from the UK to reinforce our on-event organisation for the final days across
Europe. Tomorrow, we plan to run no less than four Time Trials on closed roads,
working with the local motor-federation, plus a racing-circuit test, and that
calls for a lot of extra help – reinforcements organised some months ago have
now arrived, and they got down to work ...