Doubletree by Hilton Kosice
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... about 10:00pm, I was standing at a kiosk for a water. It was crowded and I was feeling weak. I noticed a strange vibe from a guy behind me, but didn't pay attention to what happened.... Ten minutes later I noticed, I was pick pocketed!! Damn it, in all this years, it's never happened. Don't worry... It was only a coin bag I had in my jacket with only 3 Euros ($4). But, it had my key to my luggage lock, damn it. (I ended up cutting into a side pocket to gain access to my ...
... from a town east of here. Košice wasn't on my map to begin with, but it is now. Well, I thought the six hours here would be enough to walk the city center, then catch my evening train into Hungary. Wouldn't you know it, it pounding rain. I could barely get out of the train station for a look around. I did manage to make it a few blocks, wet jean bottoms and hoody, but what I saw got me really interested and enthused. ...
... s parents are from here. The guidebook said he pretended he didn't have roots here. But there's a museum of some of his work near here. When we found out it was a bus ride away, we decided we'd skip it.
After a few hours, we grabbed some soup at a restaurant at the train station. I got the classic "Sauerkraut Soup" and it was delicious. For those from Wisconsin, I could describe it as a liquid brat. It was a hearty broth of ...
... signs indicate a region that gets heavy snowfall in winter.
*We cross the border (what border?) into Slovakia. The language seems equally difficult to pronounce. We have had a lovely time in Poland; we have been impressed by its courteous, welcoming people, by the clean & attractive environment, by the mostly modern transport infrastructure – and we wonder why England is such ...
... br> Going there, I took a luxury bus called Noblesslines which had a modified interior and had a restaurant on the first floor, as well as quite comfy seats to sleep in, and in fact was an overnight bus from Prague to Kosice. Arriving there in the morning without much sleep, I call Jan to come get me at the bus station, half awake. He greets me like a good friend and brings me back to his nice hometown, insisting I should eat something before taking a nap and heading out.