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Very nice rooms and good service. There's a wine+gourmet restaurant in there.
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... afternoon and I quickly learned that Air Serbia (or the other way around) is an awesome way to fly. You don’t have to take your shoes off, your electronics can stay in the bag, and if you tell them you have it…you can bring outside bottles and food on the plane. It was too legit.
Well, that was my week-ish. I hope you enjoyed this quick little overview of how my life was changed yet again. ...
... in quite early in the morning. And she wasn't awake to say goodbye to me in the morning. Saturday 10 May But her flat-mate Dajana (pronounced Diana) was awake in the morning to say goodbye to me. She was really sweet. I had a loooong day in transit ahead of me. Krakow and Žilina are only about 200km away from one another, but there are no direct buses or trains. I had to take a bus to Katowice, then a train to Bohumin (in rural Czech Republic) then another train to ...
... statues added to the quirkiness of the old town.
The walking tour was good. It not only covered the old city but also parts of the newer communist era town which many tourists don’t venture to. The walking tour jogged my memory of some aspects of history that I had studied whilst at university but had subsequently forgotten. It was great to finally be in the actual places that had been the inspiration for my trip to Central Europe, albeit several years later. It ...
Slight drive today. We have decided to head back over into Slovakia as during our visit in August we only really ventured through the east side of the country, missing out on seeing the capital Bratislava. By the time we got there and parked up it was becoming a bit late so just stayed in the van playing card games, will explore the town tomorrow. ...
... There was no sign that the Captain's Farewell dinner would be served in a few hours. I don't know how they do it. Even though there are 11 cooks, they aren't all on duty all the time.
The highlight of the night was when we went up on the top deck as we glided into Budapest-- beautifully lit in all her starry glory! The photo on the first page of my blog gives you an idea of what we saw. Absolutely breathtaking!
Tomorrow. . .Budapest by ...