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... to it. We wandered along the waterfront, where we spotted a weird bridge built under communism, the tower topped by a UFO like lookout/cafe. After our tour, we walked back to the hotel, where Jim rested and I went for a workout I the small gym. Then we changed and headed out for dinner. We were planning on heading to a restaurant that brewed its own beer but it happened to be closed for three days, exactly when we were visiting. So we headed back to the restaurant that we had lunch ...
... but never the less a a really interesting experience. We pulled into Bratislava, Slovakia about 2 PM, right on schedule. Our day here included a city tour, mostly by bus. What was really apparent is how this beautiful town is still trying to recover from communist rule. They are doing a lot of work to restore it to it's prior beauty but I think it ...
... wine. We were in HEAVEN!!!
Day two began by us deciding we needed to see the rest that Prague had to offer which included the Old Town Square, Powder Tower, Astrological Clock and the Jewish Quarter. We jumped on the bus and headed towards Old Town Square where Nigel was able to enjoy his first street sausage costing $2.50. It was mighty delicious!!! After that we climbed up to the top of the Astrological Clock Tower which is centered in Old Town Square and ...
... expensive, as would demolishing it, plus land prices elsewhere are probably cheap enough for this one wasted block to not matter. Fascinating - to me anyway. You're probably half asleep by now.
While I wouldn't claim that Bratislava was a high point or thrilling in any particular way, I'm glad that I went because it taught me a valuable lesson: when there doesn't appear to be a lot interesting to do, look again and keep looking. Hibernating in the hostel will get you ...
I arrived in Vienna on Saturday night. I checked in at my dorm, and we went to Mass in German. I was pretty much the youngest person in the church by at least 40 years. It doesn't seem like the church does much to attract younger generations in Europe. The church reminded me a lot of the one I used to go to in Spain. It was not in a central part of the city and is probably not a very important church at all, ...