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... a long nap! Our cruise director, Andrea, gives a very interesting talk on the ins and outs of the coffee houses in Austria. There are over 900 cafes and just as many cafe restaurants. Drinking coffee and socializing is big business here just like our Tims in Canada! We arrive in Vienna as we are enjoying another fantastic dinner of salmon and lamb. A quiet evening afterwards with the Sloanes playing cards. Another great ...
The weather forecast for today was for heavy rain for the majority of the morning so when we awoke to blue skies and a crisp, dry morning we were pleasantly surprised. After forcing ourselves into the gym for the cursory minimum duration embarrassment would permit we found ourselves once again having a big hotel breakfast. We justified this with the knowledge that today would be a day of heavy energy expenditure! We have no excuses for some of the other days. After breakfast we ...
... we caught a bus part way up to the War memorial for the Soviets soldiers who lost their lives defending Bratislava from the Germans. The memorial looked over the city and was lovely to sit there and take in the sights (and eat a chocolate bar). We walked back down to find the bus passing to take us back to where we got on. We could then continue our walk into the Old Town part of Bratislava. Here there was a lovely town square with places to sit and enjoy ...
... one of the many benches lining the square- his hat is pulled over his eyes and he's barefoot so it's not a compliment to the French soldiers but the Slovaks weren't treated very well by Napoleon's troops. The large town hall has a cannonball lodged in its wall from the siege of that time- we walked through its courtyard which was beautifully restored with Renaissance facades. We wandered around the street that runs parallel with the town square and saw several more whimsical statues. ...
1. The lake looked nice - This is what they use for their pictures and you can use the beach area but you still have to use the same facilities - I'm not sure they own the lake.
I'm not sure I can go on with any other good points about the site so I'll continue with the area;
2. Bratislava looks an ok city but this site completely put us off.
3. Can't comment much more as we didn't venture into the city itself...