Hotel Lajta Park
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... to go for lunch to try some slovak dishes. We had wine and Sam tried Kofola which is a soft drink that tastes like Jagermeister! Then we had garlic soup in a bread bowl and Bryndzove Halusky which is dumplings in sheep cheese with bacon. Very yum but quite a strong flavour! Then we walked up to the Bratislava Castle for a walk around the grounds. There were great views of the city as well. The castle was never a proper residence for royalty but more ...
... housed a number of English-produced tapestries dating back to the 17th century. How they came to be in Bratislava is unclear - not least because they were found behind the walls, secreted, when the Palace was refurbished in the early part of the 20th century.
That evening we ate out in the Old Town, a tasty meal, although not as good as the rustic goulash we had the night before.
Sunday was a travel day - our stop in Bratislava was a rather short ...
... dinner and chocolate ice cream cake, we did not partake in any of the foods or drinks.
Back at the hostel I can hardly keep my eyes open. I am looking forward to my warm bed and sleeping the whole night.
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... pick it up a bit later. In the end, I never really got to learn much about the Slovaks for which I’m disappointed in myself. The rest of the day was spent relaxing, watching movies and again, forcing myself to take time out to do nothing instead of feeling guilty about it. It has been difficult but I am slowing learning the art of vagabonding. Going to grocery stores, making food in hostels, watching movies in bed or in the common room, sitting in the park and reading, sleeping at ...
... a smile, off on his bicycle to his next event.
last night was our last concert with Mozart. What a farewell. In a luscious white philharmonic hall, laced with gold leaf very majestic. Sound fabulous. Now on to Prague to sing Dvorak's ...