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... Awesome, no sleeping with one eye open. The conductor came in, and showed us how to barricade the door so that no one can get through the door, even with the door locked. He told us to do this after the border. Were we going to get robbed/abducted? Dennis and I took a sleeping tablet each so we could just sleep throughout the trip, but even after being woken up twice by passport control, we kept getting woken up by the conductor knocking on the door, so we took the metal ...
... through and saw most of the major sights! We walked around Old Town, climbed up to one of the many castles there, and even saw the blue Church (which is actually BLUE! - quite funny!) While on our travels, we attempted to do the Bratislava free walking tour, but after having bladders the size of peas, we had to stop for a pee, where we told the guide that we were coming ...
... girl. St. Martin Cathedral was considered the coronation church of Europe. The only female to be crowned there was Queen Maria Theresa, mother of 16 – 11 survived, and her youngest daughter was Marie Antoinette.
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... photos to show from these visits as I only just recently managed to fix my camera and buy a new memory card from Bratislava. Bratislava is a beautiful city at night, and I say at night, because that is pretty much the time of the day I managed to see the city. It seems that it is also a popular destination with stag nights and pre wedding parties, as we witnessed two separate celebrations, one the guests were staying at our hotel. The hotel was rather pleasant and they even ...
Multiple country blog! So the last time I wrote I was on the train home from Krakow. I had an interesting time. To drive from Zlín to Krakow should take about 3 hours in a car, but because I went by train I had to go a little bit out of the way. On the way to Krakow it took me about 5 hours, but on the way home it took 7! I was just about done with trains by the end of that day. And I had to switch trains twice on the way home, but I missed my last train by about ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed