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... through the stop. The main station atrium itself is small considering it is the main station of a capital city and crowded with advertising hoardings and gaudy flashing neon. Pigeons flap disconsolately amongst the roofing girders and buskers and pickpockets mingle with the tourists and commuters. It was a bit like a scene from Oliver Twist. I was sure to keep my hands in my pockets. From the outside the station is squat and slightly apologetic and makes little declaration of ...
... but could pick the train up further down the line at 9:35. So changing from tram, to train, to another train and then another train. We made it to the station with 7 min to spare. Great effort by the team. Could relax on the train and 50min later we arrived at Bratislava, Slovakia. Bratislava is a lovely town. It has a wonderful character about it. Someone would say it is run down and in parts away from the tourist area it is, but it was enjoyable being ...
... of this promenade is a holocaust memorial on the site of the city's original synagogue. It's a modern sculpture with a granite slab behind it- on the slab is an image of the synagogue. Across the square from it is St. Martin's cathedral. Bratislava was used as the capital of Hungary when the Turks occupied it, so many Hungarian kings were crowned there. A replica of the Hungarian crown tops the steeple of the church. We saw the city's castle perched on the hilltop but decided not to ...
... 8217; which was the Hungarian name, or some other name starting with P that was the German name. After WWI a whole bunch of countries were declaring their existence and the whole political-geographical lines of Europe were in flux, so Slovakia decided to join in the mix and joined up with the Czechs to form Czechoslovakia and the city was renamed the Slovak name Bratislava.
One thing I noticed about Bratislava is that the shops don’t ...
... wine. We were in HEAVEN!!!
Day two began by us deciding we needed to see the rest that Prague had to offer which included the Old Town Square, Powder Tower, Astrological Clock and the Jewish Quarter. We jumped on the bus and headed towards Old Town Square where Nigel was able to enjoy his first street sausage costing $2.50. It was mighty delicious!!! After that we climbed up to the top of the Astrological Clock Tower which is centered in Old Town Square and ...