City Hotel Bratislava
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... cafe underground from the main square that we probably would have walked straight past. There was only one waiter/bartender/everythingman so a pokey little place but he got our menus and we were again very happy with the prices! Starters all round (cheese platter with pickled chilis & olives) and some beers (I think they only had Czech beers, so we got amongst some Czech Staropromen dark). Mains, I had asked the server dude for his ...
... but the man in the dirty khaki vest must have already been drinking today, as he left a third of his beer in the glass and staggered towards the park with the gentle sway of someone who is white girl drunk.
He looked truly happy in that moment with the beer in the sun at the cafe. And I would not want to take that away from him. But I wonder if that English blonde is on a similar budget to me and that he has taken that moment away from ...
... never been to Slovakia...quite surprising and I'm not proud of it at all but this kind of things just sometimes happens :) Since I felt so ashamed about not being familiar with our neighboring country, especially if we were part of one state Czechoslovakia for almost 70 years (1918 - 1939, 1945 - 1993), we obviously had to spend at least one day in the capital of the Slovak Republic. So we left for Bratislava at 6.00 and arrived at the bus station near Novy Most at about ...
... guide and 2 other guides met up with us half way around and joined in the fun. And I can assure you that after 10 wines/beers it was fun.
Today was a slow day. Met up with one of the guys that was on the "cafe" tour and we took a tram out to the lake on the edge of Bratislava( 20 minutes) and basically chilled out. In 30 degrees, by a lake with good food, and a place to get a beer, it was easy just to ...
... sunshine and roses. Got to the hostel with a sigh of relief... It was a good one... We've become good at judging these things. Nipped over to the Tesco for some ingredients and set about cooking our meal when we started chatting with Andrew. 19 years old and from Calgary, Canada. He's a long boarder who worked 3 jobs to save for his European adventure. Easygoing, able to understand us and quick with a joke, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services