Hotel Blue Bratislava

Riazanska 38, Bratislava, Bratislava, 83103, Slovakia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava

I Am Ashamed as a Writer

A travel blog entry by tiffanyrose-14

... circle of cheese (about four inches across and an inch thick), bread it and fry it. It’s crunchy, creamy, soft, sweet, salty, and…perfect. Who needs marinara sauce when you have this heavenly concoction?!

Friday…mmm. Friday Friday Friday. Oh! I finished the files! Completely! I have never been so excited to drag and drop because I could see the light at the end of the tunnel! For lunch, I went to ...

UFO sighting

A travel blog entry by jkutzik

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Set at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains, the capital of Slovakia is two distinct towns. The old town of cobblestone streets, candy-colored 18th century Rococo buildings and pedestrian plazas stands in stark contrast to the concrete new city across the river, connected by the UFO bridge. ...

The Beginning

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea

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... s choice, duh) Our final day in Bratislava had beautiful sunny skies and was surprisingly warm. We were able to see the castle along with a cathedral and cute little old historical streets. Tomorrow morning we are getting a bus from Bratislava to Budapest, Hungary.

So that's it folks!! 3 countries, 10 days, 1 hotel, 4 hostels, 4 buses and countless sleepless hours because apparently EVERYBODY travelling Eastern Europe snores. Private rooms here we come!



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Bratislava! Quentin Tarantino got it wrong

A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa

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The train was delayed for 3 hours, and I got to Bratislava past midnight last night (Sunday night). I meet very pleasant and likeable Slovakian people on the train, and so far the experience has been quite positive. I'm staying at Possonum Hostel. The experience has been quite average. Is highly rated as one of the top hostels in Bratislava but in my personal view I find it quite standard and a bit overpriced. At €17,50 for a bed in an 8 people dorm ...

Hello Slovakia

A travel blog entry by biker_mike2013

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Slovakia is the first country since Greece that uses the Euro. It seems ages ago since I used a Euro. I do like the fact the Euro is so handy and easy to use but they are a little faceless and lacking in character. Going to a country and feeling "funny" money and the interesting designs, trying to figure out if 2500 forints is a lot or not and then taking the plunge. It all adds to the fun of travel and makes you feel like you ...

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