Aston Business Hotel
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... post-communist city that I have wanted to visit since planning this trip. Lucky I chose to go to Bratislava, because I would have missed out on experiencing a city that is grey and grim on the outside, but with loads of character when you venture inside of its buildings.
The moment I stepped foot off the train in Bratislava, the cold temperature really hit. Snow was falling hard and it was a long trip from the railway station to my hostel on foot, with my ...
... has been subjected to rule and domination by invading tribes or armies, notably the Magyars (Hungarians). Soviets ruled after World War II making this place a communist state but that all changed due to the velvet revolution of 1989 resulting in the fall of Communist rule.
... think I need at least one a day!
After lunch, we decided we NEEDED dessert but had to get back to the office so we went to McDonalds. Ok, so in the States if you go to McDonalds for dessert you have a few options and they're very artificial. Not in Europe! There were legit desserts! M couldn’t decide what to get so we got two things and decided to try ...
... past, some with stern faces, most trying not to give us any eye contact. We stood by the highway, by the entrance to the petrol station, exit of the petrol station and even outside McDonalds. After an hour, we even shamelessly walked around innocent motorists who were filling up petrol or eating their burgers if they could take us. After two hours, it was starting to become slightly annoying and our patience was wearing thin, but an elderly couple stopped and asked us to jump in! We ...
As Ann so eloquently conveyed in an earlier blog, there is something about cheese and this part of the world. It is its own food group. It is a main entrée. It is, well…the big cheese! We’ll return to this ever important topic in a minute. First I want to talk about all the awesomeness of Rob, Tricia, Ann, and Deb, four extraordinary people with whom I can’t believe I am lucky enough to be on this trip.
Ann asks ...