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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... I also got to talk to my brother before bed – which I rarely get to do. Man, I miss that guy and his sweet family!
Saturday, I slept in and then laid around the house until my mom FaceTimed me and I got to see my niece and talk to my dad and sister. Seriously, if you haven’t seen my niece, you need to. She is the cutest kid ever. No ifs, ands, or buts…she’s adorable and I love her. Saturday ...
... decide to stick my head in the lobby and see if Paul’s around. We hadn’t actually worked out where we were going to meet once he got in to the hostel. But it all worked out because – voila! There he was!
He is still much taller than me, and very very skinny. He finished checking in and then I went and did laundry and we talked some more. After my laundry was done I hung it up in my room (still just me!) and then I don’t ...
... language of the place. We had coffee at trendy cafes, beers at cosy pubs, and delicious pizza at an Italian restaurant. We shared stories, jokes and walks. Raphael and I learned lots of Slovakian phrases (most of them unrepeatable in polite company). We created many in-jokes, developed an ongoing mash-up of songs that were the soundtrack to our nights, and had an epic Friday night wandering all over town and finishing in the moonlit shadows of the castle at ...
... it was definitely a perfect 10 our of 10. After sightseeing I had lunch there by the castle: deer with a gravy and bread dumplings (and the usual 0.5 lt of beer). I rushed back to the hostel to make it to the train station on time to meet Fadi Jr. in Vienna (Mr. Mario Haddad, the Syrian top model sensation!) In summary Bratislava was a very pleasant and relaxed stop in my trip, but a bit brief. The city is very beautiful, but also a bit quiet during ...
... Wimbledon Semi's.
Although very quiet in the day the city comes alive at night. It is the first place we have visited where you hear more English voices than any other tourists and in the evening all the bars seem to be spilling over with drunk Englishmen on Stag Do's. Not that pleasant but we were home early enough that nowhere was too rowdy and they were not at any of the tourist sites in the ...