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... Renovated 18th century, 20th century
Jacob's Tower (originally Gothic) was erected in the 1370
Presidential Palace, also known as Grasalkovicov palace was built in 1760, and was first used as the Slovak Presidential Palace from 1939 until World War II ended in 1945. During the Communist occupation, was used by the children as it became the "House of Pioneers and the Youth." Apparently the children were very ******* the old building and it took a ...
... away that day. Jason says he isn't fluent in Slovakian but we thought he sounded like a local haha. He has lived there for over a year and has taken Slovakian at the University in Bratislava. Now he is done his university courses and taken private more in-depth language classes.
After the English class we went out for ice-cream with everyone. After a good visit, we said goodbye to everyone and went back to our hostel.
The next day we took a train to Budapest, Hungary.
By the time we were done with our desserts, it was time to head back to Bratislava. We weren’t leaving to just go home though. We were headed to a World Cup party for the Germany v. US game! We went to a church member’s house and he had prepared two different types of chicken curry for us. It was…is there even a word? I preferred the spicy one and with the basmati rice and pan ...
... answered. She encouraged me and prayed with me, but I couldn't shake the feeling that something was wrong. About an hour later I started feeling sick but tried to ignore it and sleep. Eventually, I became physically ill and called the wife of the missionary family. She came and picked me up and took me to their house.
I was finally able to fall asleep after ...
... to the castle. We don't go in but we get some great views across the Danube and of the Old Town. Back down in the Old Town we see Michael's Gate and looked in some souvenir shops. Suddenly thunder and lightening starts and it begins to pour down so we head to the first pub we see - The Loch Ness Pub. For being a Scottish pub, there isn't any Scottish staff or any customers - people obviously prefer the Irish pubs!!
As we only have the afternoon here, we decide ...