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... the stress died down a bit quicker this time than it did last time. But gosh it can be stressful! Especially considering that I don't know this country and had no idea in what direction this train is meant to be going. And they just don't make it easy either. I hoped to the heavens that my host wasn't mad at me :( he seemed nice enough though, so I hoped he would be cool. Instead of arriving at 7pm, I'd be arriving 3 hours later... hmm. These things happen I guess. Monday 12 May 2014 ...
... the old court church, a gallery of paintings of royals and others connected with the Austro-Hungrian empire taking up the entirety of one floor. There was also a museum of clocks adding legitimacy to lonely planet describing Bratislavia as quirky. However, my favourite part of the castle was walking up one of the towers and getting a great aerial view of Bratislavia that really showed the small old town and then the effect communism had on the visual aspects of the city.
... to ignore the view point. Instead we retreated to the warm and inviting temperatures of the shopping mall for some comfy seats within the food mall.
After heading home, Tom took on some packing tips via youtube and we packed up our belongings and headed to bed.
After finally catching a form of transport at a reasonable hour and price we quickly found that the bus wasn't actually at the spot we had expected it to be. After some quick directions we ...
Friday 2nd August 2013
I've never seen the film Eurotrip and if I ever do it'll be purely to perv over Canadian actress Kristin Kreuk. From what I hear, the film wasn't particularly complimentary to Bratislava, the Slovakian capital city. Stupid name, possibly, but my friend Lucy lived in Bratislava for a while and stayed long enough to get knocked up by a Slovakian bloke. So I thought it couldn't be all bad.
For a while I didn't even know if I've get to see it ...
... river, and from this angle we could see the intricacy of the castle – there were towers perched what seemed precariously on massive steep cliffs. These guys must have been skilled climbers as well as stone masons!!
We then headed back to Vienna and dropped Charlotte and Par off in town and then went back to our campsite. I made some dinner and we competed with a coach full of Parisian teenagers for space in the common area and wifi access. Oh the ...