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... which ultimately had a pretty uncomfortable atmosphere. I ordered a dish of Slovakian Pork Schnitzel but it ended up just being really floury and the waiters and waitresses didn't seem to enjoy working at the restaurant and were watching videos on their phones the whole time I was eating. At that moment, I was feeling half depressed and half optimistic. Bratislava was truly living up to its reviews about it being grey and cold, but I was also keen on forgetting about ...
... ankles in the past couple of days than the whole time in this part of the world. Ironic eyeglasses are all the rage. I also see more international types of cuisine. My food choices here have been a lot broader than other parts of this trip (I had good Thai one night!)
My first full day in Bratislava, I managed to cover most of the town in a few hours. Without using a map, I was easily able to navigate ...
... and light and rich.
The Cucoriedkovy Kol had a graham cracker-like crust, a cheesecake layer, and a blueberry topping. (Best similarity is a more solid pie filling haha) and then covered in powered sugar. This was my favorite!
(Pictures of both are included in the post!
After we finished dessert, I got back to work on the files. ...
... and got there at about 3pm. I toured the whole main square in about half an hour, so I decided to walk up to the castle. The castle, I had read, was destroyed and rebuilt a number of times, most recently under communist rule. As you might imagine, communists tend to build really disinteresting, blocky buildings, and that’s pretty much what the Bratislava castle is. In fact, they call it the "upside-down table" due to the four square towers at its ...
We woke begrudgingly from what was a pleasant, secluded, quite nights sleep. Quiet, that was apart from the great roarrs of the male stags that kept vocalising throughout the night, they like to make themselves heard.
Reaching the border of Slovakia was fairly easy and crossing over more so, not even a stern look from border patrols, or any controls to speak of. We managed to miss the centre of Bratislava, it looked ...