Aston Business Hotel
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... looked like a llama. Very amusing!!
So we had seen quite a diverse mix of cities and towns in Central Europe. There was just one more stop to go on our way back to Prague before we left this part of Europe behind. Fortunately though it was now officially summer and the weather was warm and sunny. We could pack our jackets and warm hats in in the bottom of our suitcases, we wouldn't be needing them for quite some time.
Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia so we had to take passports with us in the event our coach was stopped and passengers checked. This town had been neglected so for the past 25 years has been undergoing restoration. We visited the old part of the city which has some unique stories as do most of these cities. Occasionally you could see a cannon ball neatly embedded into the side of a ...
... or the center of the old town. There i joined a few others and we had a quick but nice lunch, then walked around the old town, seeing the markets and a few churches. The old town square has lots of cool statues. After that we meet up with the rest of the group and headed back to the coach.
Continuing on i talked with those around me some more, listened to my ipod and then soon we had arrived in Budapest. We got in about 3.30pm, went to the hotel – mecure dana hotel. ...
... were just perfect to keep me ok until lunch.
For lunch, PT and I went to a little "hole in the wall" place around the corner. (Kolinsky – I think?) They have a select menu for every day which is nice because there isn’t too much to have to translate! PT and I both got chicken with a paprika cream sauce and potato dumplings. The dumplings – being totally honest – ...
... lead us on. She did her little spiel and made it clear right away there was a difference between Slovakians and Slovenians - which is a common mistake by many. First stop was the concert hall, which had been home to a host of illustrious composers, mostly because Mozart used to come over from Vienna all the time to bang the hot Slovakian women. Good job Mozart. She took us through the centre and explained the history of Slovakia and it's close ...