Hotel Lajta Park
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... host had recommended The Slovak Pub in the historical center of the city which serves traditional Slovakian food at decent prices and sources many of the ingredients from a local organic farm, so it was an obvious win. It was also very nicely heated. We decided to go for a sharing approach to the meal (my idea, obviously, which Linzi and Chris agreed to) so that we could maximize the tasting options. This pub offers a platter for two, which includes the most common ...
... spooky and no more so, than when all of a sudden one tomb, which we had thought was empty, spontaneously erupted into song. We had a look and found it filled to the brim of with people paying tribute to a Cardinal....still spooky, so we left pretty quickly. We kept walking around back down to the Danube and found a really nice cafe/Restaurant strip and sat down at one and watched the world go by over a couple of local brews. Nice relaxing ...
... s choice, duh) Our final day in Bratislava had beautiful sunny skies and was surprisingly warm. We were able to see the castle along with a cathedral and cute little old historical streets. Tomorrow morning we are getting a bus from Bratislava to Budapest, Hungary.
So that's it folks!! 3 countries, 10 days, 1 hotel, 4 hostels, 4 buses and countless sleepless hours because apparently EVERYBODY travelling Eastern Europe snores. Private rooms here we come!
... we hummed him back onto stage and he performed for another hour! And so the night was spent singing, humming, screaming, clapping and snapping. The last song was performed unplugged by the whole band and the entire audience sang. So the band walked straight into the crowd and kept performing amidst us. Walking out of that theatre, Raph and I were both thinking the same thing. "Totally worth it!" ...
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