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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... br> I also saw a former school(?) building from the Soviet era, which lied directly on the opposite of the beautiful blue church. The former school building lies now in ruins, what a contrast on the same street.
I decided to find out whether it is possible to move on to Budapest and asked a friend via text to book me a hostel for 1 night, so that on the next morning I could leave with my little backpack to explore Budapest for 24 hours.
... blocks built by the Communists in the seventies and eighties. Instead of the expected grey, they were painted in pastel shades, similar to the color in the old town. We broke into 3 groups, with each group visiting a different family. Our hostess, Anna, was born in old town Bratislava and moved with her husband and three children 33 years ago, when her building opened. They were able to purchase the flat at a very ...
... time adjusting here in Bratislava. I constantly feel like I'm going to throw up, the smallest thing makes me burst into tears, and I have never ever experienced spiritual warfare like this before. Truth be told? I'm breaking and it hurts. Only a few people know the full extent of how I am struggling here and they have been wonderful supporters.
I am not saying in the least bit that I don't like Bratislava. It's beautiful here and the people are ...
... the Czech Republic. It was interesting getting the Slovakian take on the same bits of history that were covered in the Budapest walking tour, especially since there has been a bit of beef between Hungary and Czechi/Slovakia with land over the centuries. But as with Hungary, Slovakia got a bit of a schellaking during WWII since, with Hungary for somewhat similar reasons, their proximity to Germany ended in them getting pressured to join the Axis ...
... 30 years from design to completion. It was enlightening. The gentlemen were entirely personable. They had no pretensions for such accomplished professionals. Their basic philosophy was to find the essence of a place - either historic or based on context - and allow that to influence the concept of the design.
We next ventured up to the studio. It essentially comprised of two open floors above the entry floor up to ...