Hotel Michalska Brana
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... started to work on it. The international architect community thinks it's a masterwork but most Slovaks think it's just a huge metallic monster that destroyed their nice gallery.
At 11.30 we picked up our bags and started heading towards the main bus station where we took our bus back to Prague at 12.15. The journey took 4 hours 45 minutes and we paid CZK 290 for one ticket and CZK 10 for one bag (company: Student Agency). The journey was extremely comfortable, maybe ...
... cafes but obviously they were all dead in the rainy weather. We got some hot chocolate because that's our thing and then caught a public bus to the main train station. We bought two tickets to Budapest, exchanged our currency and sat for twenty minutes. We then boarded our train and rode to Budapest. It was a pretty nice ride. Every once in a while, we would pass hills with Hungarian villages in them or neat lakes under hills. It was a relaxing ride until the conductor asked for ...
... a blazing sunrise.
Mornings are my favorite time of day on the road, despite the lingering ordeal ahead. Everyday I wake up to something different. A foggy field, a lumpy forest, a silent lake, traffic, the slapping of a river and the chug of long boats. I cook porridge and coffee sat cross legged on the grass enjoying the peace, pack away my tent, load Allan and pedal on leaving nothing but a crumpled square of grass behind.
... Slovakia Behind and, seeing as it's so close, we are nipping into Vienna (AHH VIENNA) go on I dare you to say the word Vienna without singing Ultravox in your head... Just me then. Only stopping for lunch in Vienna, then heading to Hungary. We have a rather nice hotel booked on the outskirts of Budapest which looks promising (it has a pool!). Off to the pub now.
Hope you are all well.
Love from Christina & Daniel.
... the historical information you would ever need, tell a few jokes, and accept tips at the end. Perfect! So, I listened to the history of Bratislava and marveled at some pretty buildings. The tour was supposed to start at four, and i arrived early around three, so i decided to just walk around a bit. Well, I didn't get too far because there a pub playing the Euro Cup, and I had started watching a game the night before (announced in Slovakian, of course) in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet