City Hotel Bratislava
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... were just perfect to keep me ok until lunch.
For lunch, PT and I went to a little "hole in the wall" place around the corner. (Kolinsky – I think?) They have a select menu for every day which is nice because there isn’t too much to have to translate! PT and I both got chicken with a paprika cream sauce and potato dumplings. The dumplings – being totally honest – ...
... out of no where we began to play a game we not call the Kozel cup. Involving a long narrow table, a beer coaster and beers. Basically the two players sit at opposite ends of the table and have 10 turns each to slide the coaster to the opponents edge of the table. Where if the coaster is able to be flipped due to it overhanging, then the flipper has to drink half there beer, unless they can catch the coaster mid air after flipping it, where they reduce the ...
Jumping off the tram into central Bratislava, neither of us really knew what to expect from the city, having decided our knowledge of the country was patchy at best – not to mention our total lack of the language! Finding the tourist office, we grabbed a city map with the major locations plotted and set off on another 'self guided' tour (we honestly should be charging others for these by now!)
We had a couple of key sites we wanted to visit, the first being the blue ...
... through an open air gallery that is depicting what the locals are really feeling at the time is never lost on me. You can learn so much just by reading the political slogans, pictures and general dig at propaganda that exists on the walls.
Just out of the Old Town and just over the Danube River was the biggest eye sore in Bratislava and maybe Slovakia. As mentioned before, the old communist party went a little crazy when building all the communist housing blocks ...
... the Donau, and here we're in Slovakia.
A tour guide from another group invited us to listen to her spiel. She pointed out where the Gypsy and Jewish ghettos used to be. They ripped them out without any regard to Slovakian culture and replaced them with boring buildings. The historical core is quite small. She said the bridges are new also. Under the Soviets, when it was part of Czechoslovakia no one was ...
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