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... way back out into the old town to find a watering hole where the local hipsters hang out.. We walk and walk and walk... Irish pubs, topless bars, cheesy 'traditional Slovak pubs', Scottish pubs, geisha bars.. You name it.... Finally! We find a laneway littered with alfresco tables and chairs... There are uni students everywhere, everyone's drinking, no ones eating! They've run out of tables so everyone just stands around in the street ...
... I found a good connection and a cheap train (well, cheap for me). So in the evening I took it relatively easy, read my book, gave my body a rest, as all it did is hurt and tried to fall asleep early as I would also need to leave early. However, again 3 Asian girls in my room stayed up late and made a lot of noise.
Would I recommend Bratislava? I would def. go there for a day trip as it is pretty, however, it is also very tiny :-)
... a stroll through the greenhouse-the biggest one I have ever been in, full of exotic tropicals plants and two Koi ponds.
Our final leg of the journey brought us to Bratislava and a hotel overlooking the Danube. After a short time to unpack, we set out to ge acquainted with nearby old town, and then to dinner. The main square was alive with people, mostly young, and with music by a rock band. It was a lovely evening for being out and about.
Today went shockingly well after being up till 4:30 in the morning! I just could not get to sleep last night. Nothing was the matter; I just could not get sleepy! I continued my organizing of files this morning and finally tried my Kofula. Apparently, this is "THE DRINK" in Slovakia. The bottle describes it as, “No. 1 Czechoslovak traditional love cola.” (It is NOT Coca-Cola.) It is completely ...
... on holiday.
After feeling like I was spending a fortune in Hungary, 290 Forints is 1 euro, it was a relief to be back amongst the land of the Euro!
Bratislava is a very nice place, relatively small which makes it easy to navigate. The old town is very pleasant with lots of bars and cafes. I was surprised at the number of tourists and tour groups. A large number of them were Spanish, not sure why.