Penzion RUSTICA - Garni
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrived in Bratislava To find three friendly smiles Who surprised us on the platform After O so many miles They took us in and filled us up Great thanks to Heni's mum Her home a piece of paradise From which to go and come We loved her Slovak recipes Went back each time for more We plan to try and replicate With produce from the store A festival in Pezinok Where locals all have vines They grow their grapes for pleasure And here ...
... Same in the butcher where I asked for fillet. It seemed to me that it was a little overwhelmed my Slovak language skills (hands and feet). So there again tonight chopped meat with macaroni.
Lasse wie gestern die grossen Städte (Wien und Bratislava) aus. Dies ist mal was für ein verlängertes Wochenende und Mann will ja auch mal ans Ziel im Süden ...
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... the pubs they were less than 3 euros for a pint. We ended the night having a pint in the irish pub, its practically turning into tradition! We spent the next day sleeping off a hangover. Barry had planned to do the cable skiing, but by the time we were up the weather hard turned and it was closed.
We left Bratslavia bound for Romania, but first we had to stop in at Budapest to see if Barrys bank card had arrived. It hadnt.
... dodgy balance but they take you to remote Alpine Lakes (where there is usually a bar or retaurant, with a bowl of Goulash soup for 2 dollars) that are worth the effort.
After 10 days we left Slovakia for our seventh country, Poland. we travelld throughn the Tatras by bus, via Zakapone, in the Polish Tatras to Krakow. this is a beautiful city, known to many of my correspondents, and where Oskar Schindler compiled his famous list. More of that ...