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... several moments along the drive to stop and look around at the villages and mountains views for a bit before continuing.
We settled on making an overnight pitstop in one of he country's largest cities. Despite having a handful of tall buildings, Banská Bystrica was anything but "big." We easily found our hotel and then headed to the local market area for dinner.
People were friendly, but hesitant to speak with us. Those that spoke English ...
... quick delicious lunch of cheese infused wurst of some kind and then sat down for coffee at a cafe and had strudel and tea or coffee. We walked around enjoying the sights before heading back by way of the underground. We are getting quite good at negotiating foreign cities and are having a blast with Barbara and Orrean. It is so hard to believe that we have been gone from Mt. Lebanon for 25+ years, it seems like only yesterday.
We went to a concert at ...
Quick description, say I ask you What are the Odds of you eating a whole lemon. You have to reply your odds are 1 in -? 20 being the highest and 2 being the lowest. An example is I was asked What are the Odds of you dancing on the table topless for 1 minute straight (now by this stage I had had a few so I wouldn’t have minded ) so I said ill go 1 in 8. Then a third party will count down 3 2 1 and on the one you both yell a number between 1 and 8. If the same number ...
... fabulous. We are greeted by the lovely Veronika and made to feel very welcome. Everything about the place is classy. Our suite of rooms is bright, clean and welcoming. The guest areas are filled with interesting objects and books describing the region.
Kremnica has been the centre of a gold and silver mining area since the 12th century.
In the14th ...
Today we left Zakopane and travelled to Budapest. On the way we stopped in Slovakia and did a tank ride. The back of the tank was all open and only had handrails to stand and hold onto. The eccentric driver of the tank, dressed all in army surplus gear, seemed to enjoy scaring us all us much as possible, turning around and smiling while he drove us down huge slopes and through rivers. I think we screamed the entire way but ...