How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Bristol Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Bristol Hotel Kosice
Travel Blogs from Kosice
... d check luggage and spend a few hours before heading on to Poprad, the gateway to the High Tatras mountains.
We're glad we did. We went back and forth on whether we should visit here. It was the 2013 Cultural Capital of Europe and is a quaint midsize city.
They have a wonderful Gothic Cathedral that I later read is "the Easternmost Western-Style Gothic Cathedral in Europe." There you have it.
We grabbed some ...
... exactly how many young educated people have left Hungary to work overseas.
How interesting is that.The British government doesn't know either!
* Even though we miss out on Sarospatak, if you are passing this way, it does seem to merit a visit.
*We have supper at the only restaurant in the village. It tastes surprisingly good.
... it would have on the wine. It had a negative one and the wine took several years to recover from the shift in temperature- interesting that even the winery owners don't fully understand the living, breathing nature of some of the special wines. Sadly I didn't think ahead and didn't bring anything to take notes with but there was something that everyone enjoyed and several we tasted had won awards in wine competitions. It was an incredible once in a lifetime experience that I won't ...
... humped masses near the cellar entrances (cellar ceilings) as well as vent stacks to allow for air circulation. We also walked past the Oremus winery, a major Tokaji wine producer- they had a pretty big setup. The surrounding hills were covered with vineyards- so pretty. Tolscva is a small village where most people are involved in the wine industry but it's not too prosperous. There are a few larger estate houses though, probably owned by some wealthier ...
... the clouds. You could barely see 10 meters in front of you and it was freezing cold… We were still quite hopefull, and waiting on that level for a good hour and a half, hoping the fog would lift. We even ate at this legendary outpost that was built early before the teleferic and the owner was famous for bringing everything from down the mountain to his restaurant on his back, some kind of Sherpa. We saw him today, but according to his mood and the waitress, business isn’t ...