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I stayed two nights in the capital of Slovakia.
I visited the castle and took quite a few pictures form the top of the tower. Looking to the south you apparently have a view of three different countries (you can see into Austrian and Hungary which are near neighbours).
I also went on a free walking tour with a few other travellers. The tour is very much geared to a young audience, so I am still young enough ...
... He couldn't finish it. Both meals were excellent. The next morning we decided to book a taxi instead of using public transport. Jack was trying out a new app that allows you to book a taxi, but it wouldn't allow him to reserve in advance. Given there was only one train going to our destination that day, we decided to contact our host and ask him to call a taxi for us - he did and the taxi was there on time). So it was good-bye Slovakia and back to the Czech ...
... were just perfect to keep me ok until lunch.
For lunch, PT and I went to a little "hole in the wall" place around the corner. (Kolinsky – I think?) They have a select menu for every day which is nice because there isn’t too much to have to translate! PT and I both got chicken with a paprika cream sauce and potato dumplings. The dumplings – being totally honest – ...
Then we did a terrific tour of the Vienna State Opera House which was very interesting. They put on a different production every night and run productions for 10 months of the year. Ticket sales account for about half of the cost and the rest of the money comes from the state and from sponsors. Tickets range from 50 – 200 euro a seat but you can get standing room for a mere 3 euros.
... 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 ...