The onetime eastern half of Czechoslovakia has come into its own, with its welcoming and happening capital Bratislava and a plethora of parklands, folklore, ancient towns, and castles.
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  • I want to say one of them came for Orava - I'll have to check with my mom to be certain.
  • That's cool, Maureen! Any idea what city, town, or village your people come from? I traveled a little bit there while I was living in Prague years ago -- but not nearly enough!
  • I haven't yet been to Slovakia, but my mom and my aunt have. I am thinking of adding it on as a leg of a trip I'm taking in August/September of 2010. I have relatives there, my grandparents both came from Slovakia.
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