Botel Fairway

Address: Nabr. arm. gen. L. Svobodu, Bratislava, Bratislava, 811 02 , Slovakia | Hotel
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      Bratz what I said...

      A travel blog entry by turnernz on Oct 27, 2014

      ... countrysides respectively slide by the window for two and a half hours before arrival in Bratislava. Despite this being a European capital city, the station resembled a dismal UK regional town. As with previous eastern European cities, Bratislava improved as I moved and the old town was a small but charming selfie paradise. There was the seemingly mandatory grey eastern European sky as a backdrop to as all of this ...

      Tschüss Little Schnitzel

      A travel blog entry by vincent.michon on Aug 03, 2014

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      Booh. This was Pauline's last day. In the morning we took another tour of Vienna, this time by day, and saw even more historic buildings, reminding us of Paris a lot (boulevard Haussmann everywhere!!). Our last meal together was of course Wiener schnitzel, in a busy cinema festival in the park. I went with her to the station, and we parted ways after 2.5 weeks of adventures together. I then made my way out of Vienna, cycling along the ...

      Drive Fast and Pray Hard

      A travel blog entry by tiffanyrose-14 on Jun 02, 2014

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      ... since the typography pictures on his wall match the pictures I have scrolling on my laptop.) He is also an Apple guy so I’m sure we’ll have plenty to talk about. I also got a TWR Europe polo shirt – woo fancy!

      After the tour and setting up my computer, M and I went to lunch at an Italian restaurant around the corner. I got Ruchetia (sp?) gnocchi and ginger tonic (which is ...

      It snowed and snowed, the whole world over...

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 27, 2014


      ... wandered around the perimeter of the hrad taking photos, but some of the interesting looking places were closed off during the winter – I guess even Slovakia doesn’t want to be responsible for somebody slipping and falling off the city walls. By this point, it was snowing hard. I could no longer see my scarf for snow, and there was a serious accumulation on my purse zipper. The buttons stuck out of my wool coat, little maroon spots in ...

      Bratislava - Capital of Slovakia

      A travel blog entry by kbarnes on Apr 04, 2013

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      We entered a city with a different feeling from the others we've visited so far. It seemed gray, industrial and a bit dismal. Houses are expensive and most people live in apartments. Cost of living was low; but so was their income. Our Guide lived in an apartment which she paid $160/month with an additional $70 for future building improvements.

      There has been graffiti throughout the countries we've visited and Bratislava followed suit. We ...