City Hotel Bratislava
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava
... was like being in a fairytale. The buildings were all different colours, and in varying states of preservation. I definitely felt like I was back in Eastern Europe – I don’t know what it was, but it even smelled like my former Eastern European homes. I walked to what I felt was the border of the Old Town and then turned around and wove back. I was almost alone on the street, and it was an absolutely magical feeling. I walked towards the ...
... right on a river (as most castles are...) and from the castle you can see into Slovakia, Austria and Czech Republic! For that reason it was in a very strategic spot and was the site of many battles. Also because of the location, the 'iron curtain' ran next to the castle separating Slovakia and Czech Republic from Austria for 30 years! There was actual a physical barrier (barb wire fence) that ran the entire length from Scandinavia to the ...
... International database. Ludmila promised to take it to her boss (pssst: I think she will persuade her to join in!).
She showed me some adorable pictures of her 3-month-old son Daniel who was to be Jason but 'jason’ does not have a good sound and meaning in Slovak. We shared stories and concerns about travelling long distances with little ones—she played the part of worried grandmother, I played the part of horizon-expanding new parent. Over lunch ...
... in Budapest had graciously emailed instructions on how to get from that rain station to their house. They even provided information on the location of an ATM to take out local currency and recommended a travel pass to save us time and money. It took about a hour for us to get out money, buy passes, and make our way by Metro and bus across town. I had not been able to contact our hosts to inform them we had gotten an earlier train so they were not expecting us for ...
... water adue and moved into town. The main town of Bratislava is pretty quaint, and the side streets are kind of like any other eastern European town. Some parts were really sweet, while others were dirty and graffiti'ed and old. But, the quaint parts were great and I spent most of my time in the center. I know, I know, that's where the tourists stay, but I just didn't feel comfortable exploring the streets of Slovakia alone. The languages have gotten ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services