Thermal Hotel Mosonmagyarovar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Russian TV Channels Available
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- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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8am/22*C Today was the day on which I left Budapest for my next stop, Bratislava. I can't believe I have already be travelling for almost two weeks. Where has time gone? It seems like yesterday that I arrived in Ljubljana. When I got to the station the train was already there and being prepared. I could have gone all the way up to Berlin. Only an 11 hour train ride! At about 9 I got on and settled in. After a while more people arrived and it turned ...
... Museum and then headed to the Old Town. For those who don’t know, the Warsaw Uprising occurred during 1944, as an attempt to drive the Germans out of Warsaw and the Poles were hoping that the Soviets would help them. But the Soviets were dragging the chain, as in they wouldn’t give the Brits permission to use Soviet airfields as a staging stop to provide support to the fighters. Sadly, the Uprising failed to achieve their aim, but it ...
We had a whirlwind trip into Slovakia on our way to Budapest.the train had us there by 12 30 so we were able to settle into our accommodation and explore. The capital city Bratislava like many of the European cities we have visited had a castle on the hill overlooking the city. The Presidental Palace which is now the residence of the Government is a central part of the city with its ...
... dinner and chocolate ice cream cake, we did not partake in any of the foods or drinks.
Back at the hostel I can hardly keep my eyes open. I am looking forward to my warm bed and sleeping the whole night.
# of countries: 17
# of cities: 40
# of planes: 3
# of trains: 71
... against the Nazis. Ironically, the biggest protests during the Velvet Revolution of 1989 took place here so today it's actually more a symbol of the failure of communism. Nowadays it's a popular meeting place for all Bratislavans where they come to celebrate. On the contrary the Blue Church is actually called the Church of St. Elizabeth It was built in 1907 in Hungarian Art Nouvea style.
After finishing the tour we went back to our hostel room which was finally ...