Skaritz Hotel & Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... castle grounds were young men who dressed up in older day fighting garments and demonstrated various weapons from the past (Viking, Franks and local). Very interesting it was. There was a well that was 55m deep and when you tipped water (supplied with bucket and cup so that people didn't throw rocks in) it took a few seconds to hear it hit the water below. Fascinating. We then started to walk back along a walking track towards Bratislava until the path ran out ...
... and we both had a beer too. After dinner, we wandered slowly back to our hotel through the main square, taking photos of the buildings and fountains lit up at night. We retraced our tour from the afternoon to see it in the dusk light, taking pictures and walking off our great dinner. It was a charming day in Bratislava- despite the run down areas and scars left by communism, progress is being made to turn the economy and look of the country around for the better. Tomorrow, off to ...
... a long process. Our guide was very forward about how communism was not good for her country. She even told a joke about how before they came their toilet paper was grey and single ply. When the communists showed up, as a show of good faith they brought 2 ply white toilet paper. The Joke among the locals was that the second ply was because the KGB wanted a ...
... hit us was brutal and we crashed early and woke up in the middle of the night wide awake. This was going to take some getting used to.
Our first day in Prague we woke up in the afternoon to beautiful sunny skies so we knew we had to explore the city. We were staying only a 5 minute walk away from Prague Castle and decided that would be our first stop. The castle was huge!!! We spent about 3 hours exploring and reading up on the history of the ever so infamous ...
... to make it to the train station. At the train station the ticket seller spoke a little English so we had no problems purchasing our tickets to Budapest. Our main problem was that the train station did not have a tourist information office and I left my book on the city at home. Luckily I had done a little research the evening before and remembered looking at a map that had the TI office located in Old Town. I remembered seeing a map outside the train ...