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Travel Blogs from Bratislava
... and it's windows smashed and broken, it tells a story all on it's own. I love this sort of thing - one of my dreams, if you can it that, is to tour the wreckage city of Detroit with it's huge derelict Michigan Central railway station and empty skyscrapers and hotels.
The Finnish couple (awesome people, by the way - how can you not love the Finns?) did tell me what it used to be but I forgot it as quick as they told me. If I had to guess, I'd say it looked like an ...
Slovakia is the first country since Greece that uses the Euro. It seems ages ago since I used a Euro. I do like the fact the Euro is so handy and easy to use but they are a little faceless and lacking in character. Going to a country and feeling "funny" money and the interesting designs, trying to figure out if 2500 forints is a lot or not and then taking the plunge. It all adds to the fun of travel and makes you feel like you ...
... the hills to feel alive. In other words, we were off to Salzburg, home of the Sound of Music (and also some guy named Mozart).
We arrived in Salzburg in the afternoon and shortly after dropping off our things at our accommodation headed into the old town to investigate. You know it is lucky that we already knew that Mozart was from Salzburg because otherwise there would have been no sign of it……. NOT! (gee it’s been a while since I did the whole ...
We left Budapest with a quick stop at the airport for some lost luggage. On to what seemed a long ride to Bratislava on our way to Brno. Not much time to explore. Coach BenPrather had researched using Rick Steeves book on Eastern Europe and we went on a search for 1.Slovak pub for a Slovakian lunch. Sam explored the ...
that its set of attractions are multifold, and that the city's environs
make it seem far more expansive. The centrepiece of the town is
Bratislava castle, set along the northern bank of the river Danube, and
bordering onto the Old Town, which is where the main bulk of the town's
prominent buildings are located. Landmarks such as the Opera house,
Saint Elizabeth church and Michael's Gate, to name but three, are ...
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