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Very nice rooms and good service. There's a wine+gourmet restaurant in there.
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... packs of wind turbines every so often.
Bratislava was an interesting place. They had coffee machines in the train station providing instant coffee for €0.20. It was cold and windy and rain sprinkled every so often. We took a cab to Old Town and walked around a little bit before finding a lovely table inside a cafe called 'the bagel & coffee story'.
There was a huge range of bagels and all sorts of breads you could select. Mum and I had hummus, spinach ...
... through the hillside vineyards overlooking the town. There we learned about the hitoric and present production of wine in the area. The communists increased production but mixed all the grapes into a generic table wine. Today wineries are producing single grape varieties of very high quality, but only enough for Slovakia. The walk was followed by a tating of 5 wines and an elegant dinner in the wine cellar. It was a magical evening.
... but I'm just...struggling. I've learned a lot from the past week, including things about me that I never knew were possible.
So I have one request. Pray for me - much as you can, every time you think of me - just pray. Pray that I will have the strength to go on and the wisdom to listen to the God as only He knows what my path is this summer. Pray for my physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Pray that every morning I wake up and every night ...
... lead us on. She did her little spiel and made it clear right away there was a difference between Slovakians and Slovenians - which is a common mistake by many. First stop was the concert hall, which had been home to a host of illustrious composers, mostly because Mozart used to come over from Vienna all the time to bang the hot Slovakian women. Good job Mozart. She took us through the centre and explained the history of Slovakia and it's close ...
... you have when you want to hear where someone is coming from or you want to explain for yourself. The conversations that can just wander around, asking questions and have other people ask you
questions which help you clarify your own thoughts. The conversations that have no point other
than getting to know each other and the world we inhabit.
As to our activities – besides our ...