Thermal Hotel Mosonmagyarovar
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As Matt's Dad had a meeting in a village near where we live this week his parents decided to pay us a visit for the week.
The week really was jam packed from working every morning with the usual 6am wake up to eating out late every night.
We managed to fit in a much needed swim and steam room at the lovely Hotel Gut Ising where the meeting was being held. After working with brakes and grease all week a girl needs to take time out for pampering!
... about her younger son, soon to be lawyer, and she graciously sat through 10 minutes of me showing my photo book of pictures of my life and family.
After this, I met with Susanna who transferred me via city tram to my next meeting with Miloslav at the Sociology Institute of Slovakia. It was 2pm when she left me there, and she asked when she should pick me up. Miloslav and I agreed that 4pm would be good, but that we would not likely need the whole time. We sat ...
... in a big city. The smog was evident in the dusk air. We also had photos at Heroes Square, which Zoli called the seven dwarves, I'm guessing it's an inside Hungarian joke.
The red star is now banned in Hungary much like the swastika in most of Europe. Almost all reminders of the Soviet Union have also been removed. All the bridges were also bombed in the war and have since been rebuilt.
Tomorrow I want to check out some of the museum, especially ...
... splashed out on a €10 taxi to our hostel, we headed straight for the tram that would take us all the way to Zlaté Piesky, the lake where the wakeboarding was. Everything seems pretty easy in Bratislava! The tram stop was right by our hostel (not planned) and it cost ninety cents to go all the way to the lake which was quite a bit out of the city. The lake was nice, and it was super super hot! We found a nice spot on the beach right by Wake Lake and Starky ...
... horror!) so it was a gong show trying to figure out how to get some air in the room. Thankfully, it was cloudy and cool last night so having the windows open was enough.
We toured around when we first got to the hotel yesterday and found the White Ox Head in town, which is where Agnes Markus (Gulash) worked prior to coming to Canada. In talking to the owner of our hotel, she mentioned that the Inn ...