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... tidying up my backpack as I have seen all there is to see of Bratislava. I got to meet and hang out with locals but the real experience of culture will have to be for another day. I’m getting on a bus to Budapest (capital of Hungary) tomorrow which I’ve been told is an even cheaper city so perhaps it’s my opportunity to stay put for a few days. The accidental visit to Slovakia has been an absolute dream, certainly not a place I ever intended on visiting but hugely glad that I ...
... fountain has been dry since 2007. The square is supposed to provoke a feeling of freedom inside of each visitor. We felt depressed rather than proud. The square was completely abandoned, full of dry grass and benches designed in the communist style.
From Namestie Slobody we were heading to the building of Slovak Radio Broadcast. It has a form of the upside down pyramid. The building itself doesn't look good at all and we've heard that once it was listed as the ...
... 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 ...
Although I may be able to say I have officially been to Slovakia.. I didn't see much while I was there.. So would not be a very good travel resource! Sorry!
We arrived into Bratislava (the capital of Slovakia) mid morning, and got off the bus into the coldest conditions I swear I have ever felt in my life (this is coming from a Wellingtonian who is used to wind chill factors of -5!).. it was FLIPPEN cold!
Emma, our contiki guide took us a brief walking tour into ...
... 20 minutes and finally, Ludos, a fantastic Slovakian who spoke a little English, on his way to Zilina, gave us a lift. He took a detour off his route to show us some of his favourite childhood slovakian sights; a beautiful castle and then a forest which we said held the story of the "Slovakian Robin Hood". Once in Zilina he drove around for another 15 minutes helping us pick the best spot to hitchhike from, and sent us on our way with some ...
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