Skaritz Hotel & Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... it. Remaining humorous our guide made lots of references to girls and beer, suggesting some of the nightlife that we could all sample later on if we wanted to.
On a more serious note, we were informed that the Velvet Revolution which overthrew communism in 1989. It all began here with a protest by locals in one of the towns squares which are where we started the tour.
Among other things, we learnt that ...
After our horrific train trip to Budapest, we spent a wonderful 4 days enjoying the grand city. It is located in central Hungary, along the Danube river & is truly a gem, with much history, both good & bad. Hungary ailed with the German Nazi's during WWII & were under their rule from 1941 through 1945, when the Soviet Union took control until the uprising in 1958. The soviets stayed until 1998 when the last soldiers left. During all this time the ...
... little brains! It was really good though. My favorite part of lunch, however, was just talking with PT about life, culture, and our homes. He’s so easy to talk to I had to make sure I kept eating or I would have never finished!
After lunch, I got back to the office to continue working on files until M and I left for Fusion - a gathering of teenagers for singing, food, and devotion. I ...
... about the work of the Institute (they are their country’s equivalent of the social sciences branch of the National Academy of Sciences) and Miloslav’s own fascinating work on migration out of Slovakia. It was after 4pm when one of us looked at a clock and realized Susanna would be waiting! We were lost in conversation.
Miloslav’s dissertation was on migration out of Slovakia after the country joined the EU, and his most recent project was a study ...
... about an hour. From the modest train station, I had to take a local bus to the centre of town. I wasn't sure where to get off exactly and ended up missing the stop. I realized this when we crossed a bridge to the other side of the river! I had to catch a bus in the opposite direction to get back to the city.
I began by exploring the narrow cobblestone streets of the old town. The ...