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Travel Blogs from Bratislava
... Thanks PT and FS for solidifying I do not like licorice.
After work, I went to a Bible study with FS and AS. It was with the International Baptist Church and healed me in ways I didn’t think were possible. We discussed Ephesians 4:7-13 and I cannot stress enough how good it was to fellowship with other Christians. The acting interim pastor is from Texas and has only ...
... Bratislava and the Czech and Slovak peoples. It was rather interesting although a bit lengthy, but I was able to stay awake throughout. The Czech and Slovakian Republics were only constituted as independent countries in 1993, so hadn't even been out of communism ten years when I was here in the fall of '99. The Czech Republic was largely the industrial part of the former country and Slovakia was largely agricultural; in their wisdom the communist regime expropriated all the ...
... a gorgeous pale blue church, that looks more like it would be at home in Barcelona among Gaudi’s works, than in an Eastern European capital. It was worth the stop and both of us mentioned its colour, architecture and charm might have boosted it to the top of our favourite churches list.
From the church we walked across town via the river front to the Bratislava Palace, a beautiful stately home, now converted into galleries and function spaces which offer panaromic ...
... ladies would just feel uncomfortable. Another short stroll down the road and we were presented with what looked like a fetus like creatures with blood all over it, another quirky yet confrontational art sculpture to add to the list. The art projects had been designed to create conversation, reaction and response. Well, they certainly achieved this and more as most of the “in your face” provocative sculptures definitely polarised the population walking around. ...
... amid the heat and traffic. Not to mention yesterdays' negativity as i rode in... shame I didnt get to do a bit of touristing, as though I doubt it would hold my attention forever, the grande olde buildings, wide streets and epic parks looked highly explorable... Eventually found the danube radweg and was suddenly out of the busy streets and into the parklife again. Went peeping tomming for a few miles past Vienna's nudist colonies - certainly mixed emotions with that one. Was ...
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