Address: SLOVANSKE NABRE AMP ARING AMP FRAC34 IE 15, Bratislava, Bratislava, 84110, Slovakia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on SLOVANSKE NABRE AMP ARING AMP FRAC34 IE 15, Bratislava, is near Michael's Gate (Michalska brana), Old Town Hall (Stara radnica), St. Michael's Tower & Street, and Bratislava City Museum (Mestske Muzeum).
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Bratislava and being patient.

A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Sep 30, 2014

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... castle grounds were young men who dressed up in older day fighting garments and demonstrated various weapons from the past (Viking, Franks and local). Very interesting it was. There was a well that was 55m deep and when you tipped water (supplied with bucket and cup so that people didn't throw rocks in) it took a few seconds to hear it hit the water below. Fascinating. We then started to walk back along a walking track towards Bratislava until the path ran out ...

Wooo Sausage!

A travel blog entry by tiffanyrose-14 on Jun 18, 2014

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... Vienna, but it seemed so much shorter with the company I had. We stopped at a gas station when we were almost there so we could get breakfast. Now, this is not your ordinary gas station breakfast of a flat biscuit with some kind of meat and egg substitute. Here you can get gourmet item…to go! It’s fantastic. I got a salami sandwich on a pretzel roll. It also had sliced egg and a spread that I can only describe as a ...


A travel blog entry by unajean on May 08, 2014

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Cruised through the night into Slovakia and docked about 5 am in Bratislava, the capital city. This is the first of two cities we will visit who have been under communist rule in the not too distant past. We learned on our city walking tour that throughout history the Slovak people have been subjected to rule and domination by invading tribes or armies, notably the Magyars (Hungarians). During WWII Slovakia was a ...

The Beginning

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea on Nov 08, 2013

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... wine. We were in HEAVEN!!!

Day two began by us deciding we needed to see the rest that Prague had to offer which included the Old Town Square, Powder Tower, Astrological Clock and the Jewish Quarter. We jumped on the bus and headed towards Old Town Square where Nigel was able to enjoy his first street sausage costing $2.50. It was mighty delicious!!! After that we climbed up to the top of the Astrological Clock Tower which is centered in Old Town Square and ...


A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Aug 02, 2013

... pair of arseholes the Castro brothers are both gone, a moment I shall celebrate wholeheartedly. But I'm still fascinated by the history of the social experiment itself and what better place to learn about it than one half of the former Soviet-influenced Czechoslovakia.

The monosyllabic and utterly humourless hostel staff provided a map of the city with all of it's attractions marked. Normally when I look at a map I'm instantly struck with things that I want to see or ...