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... days. Then it started to rain, not heavy but just enough to annoy. We stopped and threw on our rain jackets and pushed on. We had that for about 8km. We sought shelter under a bridge. We then realized that we were further down the track than what we thought. The rain eased, so off we went.
We crossed the humongous bridge - has to be the biggest to date. Our the river flats on both sides and over both the Old and New ...
When waking up in the morning I knew I had to leave Vienna. The last couple of days were absolutely exhausting me (noise, lack of sleep due to impolite Asian girls, no sun at all) and I looked for a quieter place, which I hoped to find in Bratislava.
I had checked the train times and was happy once I sat in the train. However, the train was absolutely crowded and lucky as I was a couple sat behind me and the guy talked non-stop during the whole ...
... Her apartment has three bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen and a small sitting room. It was very bright and airy. While the lift and hallway were shabby, the flat was quite nice.. She set a beautiful table for our morning coffee, serving homemade apple strudel with a crust almost as good as Millie's! She spoke about life under Communism-some good, lots bad, and showed us the view from her iwndow. every day they looked out and ...
... done on Friday, but I found a huge hidden file that was an absolute mess. So I worked through that all day. I went to lunch with B, a delightful woman who works in my department and just returned from visiting her mother in Croatia. We went to the little Italian place around the corner that I love. Within minutes of us ordering, M and another new person (E) walked in and we decided to join them.
... old town underneath you and then look across the the biggest sprawl of lego block houses you've ever seen. |The sun was setting so we got some nice shots but it's a very strange place, made even stranger with a weird UFO on the top of the bridge that is also a restaurant.
We had seen a brewery recommended by David while walking around on the tour, so called in there for a pint or four after all that walking. Amazing fresh dark beer tasted so ...