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TravelPod Member ReviewsBotel Marina Bratislava
I was skeptical at first but after checking in I realized that this place was awesome! Nice clean room, free WiFi internet, and a free breakfast buffet, all with a great view of the river and within walking distance to downtown Bratislava. And for $33/night you can't beat it.
They had a bar and restaurant on the boat, so since I was exhausted from traveling all day I just decided to lay low and grab a bite to eat there. Little did I know that I had stumbled upon the ONLY INDIAN RESTAURANT in Bratislava. I love Indian food! But again I was skeptical. After all, how good could an Indian restaurant in the middle of nowhere Slovakia be? It turns out, REALLY GOOD! And cheap too!
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... spend a day or 2 after Prague or Vienna on the way to Budapest.
We knew we made the right decision to stay here right away. It's a great chill - space with a large, clean kitchen, a bar, and they have billboards with all the live music and events in town each night. Finally! It's just what we needed. And we got a private double for 2 nights and the bed is great. Just when we'd given up on the hostel thing, we find a diamond in the ...
... basically goes through it, in a 50km straight line through the trees, with almost no one around. That wouldn't be a good time for a flat huh! As I rode through the last villages of Austria, I was expecting a border, or at least something to mark the arrival in Slovakia. But nothing. Europe really has no borders. The only thing telling me I was now in Slovakia were ad boards...sad. The weather went darker, making the arrival in ...
... could get some work some and I could take a nap. Because of being sick, I’m not quite up to par yet. After my nap, we headed into the city. This, is where the title comes in, Drive Fast and Pray Hard. I think I saw maybe four stoplights, but hundreds of yield signs. The rule seems to be, “Go now and hope no one hits you.” There are no posted speed limits and it can be a bit chaotic. We had a ...
... 2004 and in 2007 made it to the top 30 tourist destination. They did very well after communism.
During the driving tour our normal driver was in the passenger seat and he took over the microphone. Zoli, our driver, is a Hungarian man who grew up in the 1980s and remembers what it was like to live under communism. He said it was not too bad but you did not have any individuality. He said his parents were allowed to build a large house but they only got ...
... thing, that Jessica and long bike rides don't go well together (especially in 38 degree weather and when we are trying to find out where to go). So we didn't get to see all the towns we wanted to but we still got to see Devin. We made it back in one piece, but had to take a bus with our bikes for the last part of the ride home. Now onto Salzburg.
Whatever, Ryan...the bike seat was really, really hard!!! :(