City Hotel Bratislava
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... had to offer. Thankfully, it is a small city and can be covered on foot. I walked past the markets in the Old Town Hall square, saw the Slovak National Theatre, St. Martin’s Cathedral, Church of St. Clare (and several other churches that I forget the names of), Grassalkovich Palace and lots of other buildings. It is a very pretty little city, nothing like I had imagined an Eastern European city to be. I guess I had an image of old, dilapidated buildings and a lot of deserted ...
... br> First of all, we went to the hostel where we wanted to leave our bags. We were told by a Slovakian girl working at the reception of the hostel to come back between 11.00 and 12.00 when our beds should be ready. Since it was 8.00 we decided to have breakfast, walk around the city on our own until 11.00 and then take a free walking tour which was supposed to last 2 hours and 15 minutes.
What concerns the breakfast we were given a map recommending a place located in ...
... superior, especially with regard to cleanliness. But the food is another mater....
Even In the high cost capital of Bratislava, we can tell things are becoming less expensive. Food prices seem to be at least 10% lower here in Slovakia. Going further down the Donau, we hope and expect all our costs to go down.
... I have never experienced a longer two hours in my life. (Not Zuszka's fault). We survived the afternoon and headed to the Slovak Pub for tea on a recommendation. Bad bad baaaad idea. I decided on a whim to try the national dish... bryndzové halusky. Small potato dumplings served with sheeps cheese and bacon. It wasn't great and was especially detrimental to my hungover self. Adam made a safer choice but still we both left hungry but only about 4€ worse off. Neeeeed ...
... metal platforms around rock faces 20 meters above the river. Slippy metal ladders 30 meters up with a waterfall to its side and rocks all around. It was truly exhilarating, but we saw a fair few people turn back. It was definitely not for the faint hearted. As the Sucha Bell track came to a close we found ourselves high up with a beautiful panoramic view across Slovakia. So clear that we could see back to the High Tatras where we had been a day ...
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