City Hotel Nitra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was a pool that's closed for the season. It seems everything is on the "Spa Island" a small island in the Vah River. And it also seems they're all owned by the same mega-corporation.
The best we could do was an afternoon special at Hotel Irma where we could sit in a mineral bath for 10 minutes then switch to a mud pool which is hotter for another 10 minutes, followed by a "towel wrap." It was about 9 Euros, which is an ...
... to ride away, as I was slowing him down of course. The road is not the perfect thing because of the cars, but it's the fastest option, and it took me to Trnava on time, at 8pm. Trnava is a lovely little town with some old stuff too, a nice atmosphere in the evening. The goal for tomorrow is to camp near Trencin, halfway through to Zilina, the gateway to the dreaded Tatras mountain ...
... grandmother (Anna Ignacova) and many tears were shed by all, even me. With promises to return, we watched the village we called home for two weeks disappear from view.
Our arrival back in Nitra was uneventful and short-lived because the entire group was to leave the next day for a three-day fieldtrip to a nearby accommodation that also served as a farm and horse riding camp. However, one exciting fact that we came to realize was that our toilet ...
... until the van had been packed away.. By this time the shower unit had closed so Simon had no option but to have a shower in the motor home services!! This gave me and the other campers a great laugh! Packed up we headed off to trnava which isn't too far away and we are already on the road into the town so no problems... The only problem we did have was Simon accidentally drove down a one way street... Right in front of a police car!! We quickly new what ...
... sign said that word so unfortunately we missed Bratislava all together and we ended up in Austria (which is very close!) a slight freak out/moment of blame was had by both of us but we managed to turn the van around back into Slovakia and Simon used a map on his phone to drive us to the sight successfully.. First time ever that the Alan Rogers book got the road number wrong!! Lol! Any way we ended at a sight right on a lovely lake ...