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Despite having snacked relatively recently, I decided that it was time for dinner. I ate at a touristy- hole in the wall, Minerva. I had to go down some stairs into a basement in order to get to the dining place, but it was worth it. The food was not something I'd eaten before. I had a "paprika with cheese" which translates to a roasted yellow bell pepper in a sauce that reminds me of a thick sour-cream, but tasted like cheese. I also got, at ...
... us the way. We found out that he's from Perth and has been working in Bratislava for 14 years. The station wasn't very impressive, and the pavements very cracked - but there were some nice new buildings too. It was about a 25 minute walk to The Film Hotel - decorated with lots and lots of movie stars' photos. We were in the Richard Gere room.
Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia and, with a population of about 420,000, ...
... tune whilst sitting by a piano. It was hilarious. For dinner we went back to the Slovak pub which we visited on our first visit to Bratislava. Highlight was Adam smashing a meat platter for two on his own. Excluding veges of course lol. That night we chilled in the pub in the hostel and drank until close. Good times. Guna miss the ...
... We had tickets for the twin city liner, a catamaran style boat between Bratislava and Vienna. But once we were on the boat the heat soon caught up with us. It must have been over 25 degrees, what a treat for the end of October! Matt was so hot he proclaimed he felt like he had been shut in the oven and someone had locked the door. Okay so the aircon wasn't its finest but as soon as we left the dock the wind outside was so refreshing. The trip takes around an hour and a ...
... and impressive, as they are very modern looking and with great architectural designs. I drove my back past noon, and most of the places by the Danube were busy with lunch patrons. At the food joint next to Cubicon, I was having my second pint when the owners walked out of the terrace, and he saw me doing some hand signs to Mehrtob, the Iranian guy. He though I was asking him for an extra pint, and after the confusion he gave me this 3rd pint for ...