Hotel Max Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bother going in as it's a generic historical museum inside, but was quite happy to wander the gardens and check out the view. Often when I come across a nice view I'm under a sense of urgency and move on pretty fast. This time though I was in the right head space to sit cross legged on top of the walls and appreciate it for half an hour. Sometimes it's nice to just sit and contemplate life for a little while.
I was then struck with a ...
... land where everyone smokes, has at least one dog they take everywhere, and to be heard you have to practically yell.
My first few hours in Serbia were filled with food. Obvious foreshadowing of how the rest of my four days there would be spent. Portions in Serbia are huge, heavy, and so so tasty. We relaxed pretty much the "first day" (it was just an evening) because my travel companion ...
... built by Slovakia (causing some issues with neighboring Hungary) to support a hydroelectric plant. With the crossing we are now in Slovakia. Our cultural education this morning included a demonstration on Austrian coffee and apple strudel. Umm, delicious. Lucky for Phil, he wasn't volunteered as the sacrificial husband to serve as the chef's assistant. Tour of Bratislava was a bit underwhelming. There were a few interesting points, but generally much less interesting ...
I had just less than 24 hours in Bratislava. I arrived late morning from Budapest, just in time to check-in at my hostel and have wander through the old city and lunch whilst soaking up the sun in the old city square before the afternoon free walking tour. Bratislava's old town isn’t particularly big, as much of it was destroyed during the communist period when the government decided that Bratislava was the perfect location for the communist designed town. This included ...
... We walked around a bit before heading back to room. Lots of young people like Nickole here at night. We left the window open as usual and could hear them laughing and cackling into the wee hours. Tomorrow we'll spend the morning here but we have to catch our train to Budapest and Romania about 4pm tomorrow and spend the night on the train. This will be new. Our next stop will be Brasov after that. No Internet on the train so we'll see you in Brasov.