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... was just around the corner, I would of never of found it unless I had wifi. I stayed at hostel blues which is really popular. It isn't known for its partying like madhouse but it had a decent lounge area with a bar and a very spacious kitchen and dinning room. When I checked in the receptionist gave me a map and told me all the things I should see in the city. He even gave me a couple of sheets with some really good local restaurants, one being the famous Solvak pub. After checking in ...
... the time being. Completely by coincidence, I stumbled across a vegan restaurant Lucy's vegan food. I decided that I was hungry, and since they had wifi, I ate there. I have to say, the menu there is very regular. It's all normal foods that non-vegans might get on a regular restaurant menu, not even realizing they happen to be vegan. There wasn't any sort of fake meat or anything, which was a bit unusual, and not quite what I was looking for in terms ...
... and came to work at eleven. I went with PT to Koliesko (because I knew I could get soup there) and had a nice lunch just talking about our lives, families and differences between our culture and Slovak culture. This week I am doing “pre-research” to prepare for my upcoming trips. I am very very excited to start traveling! I also went shopping this evening. I bought so much stuff, but I needed it if I want to start cooking. ...
... of events, since they are topics that I talk about often with a variety of people. When I’m going through news places I’m even surprising myself with how well I remember the specific details of the things that happened four or five days ago. I can write a fairly thorough blog entry even though it’s been a couple of days because everything I did was unique and new and I didn’t have any other memories of that thing that muddle it up. ...
... interesting. From being capital of the Hungarian empire, to being besieged by the Ottomans, to becoming part of the Hapsburg empire, to being captured by Napoleon. The city has also been witness to floods, plagues, witch burnings, classical music maestros, and churches. In the 20th century, Slovakia was part of Czechoslovakia, reluctantly joined the Nazis during WWII, re-joined the now communist Czechoslovakia, was the spark for the Prague Spring of 1968, and ...