Hotel Danubia Gate Bratislava
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... Everyone speaks English! It’s so cool to hear someone from America, Latvia, Hungary, and Taiwan all speaking to each other in English but with their very different accents. After church, Abbie and I headed home to get lunch (at the amazing Italian place around the corner) and then hurry off to Senec for a Fusion leaders party at her house. After the party, a bunch of us headed to a nearby town for a worship service. Although it ...
... got a half glass of wine with dinner, which I tired. It was cheaper than my water, but had almost no taste. After the good wine we had in Budva I was not impressed at all.
After dinner, we went back to the hostel and hung out for a little bit longer, then agreed on a meeting time for the morning and went to bed. I was fading fast around 10 pm but Paul was still pretty awake. He’d just come from Greece, where if you get up before noon ...
... when I'm assembling things back in Germany. Maybe I'll understand more how they work. Maybe. From here we made our way into Bratislava City centre. We had a gorgeous hotel (Hotel Avance) only a stones throw away from both the Danube and the main city square. Bratislava Old City is really easy to navigate around being so small and mostly pedestrianised. It's also smothered in restaurants so you're spoilt for choice in this area - anything from traditional Slovakian food ...
RALLY REPORT FROM THE ENDURANCE RALLY ASSOCIATION
Today has been a full-on day of rallying with no less than four closed-road
Tests, plus we took over the Slovakiaring racing circuit, which features as a
round of the Touring Car Championship. Narrow, twisty hilly tarmac roads that snake their way through wooded slopes are
regularly closed down for rallying in this region and the Slovak Association of
Motor Sport run ...
... s Gate, the weird statues, Old Town Square, the castle, the palace etc. (there were a lot of Japanese around somehow)
Had dinner at a local bar, tried German dumplings for the first time.
Went shopping for food at a supermarket on the way back and called it a day at 7pm since we need to wake up at 6am the next morning (which of course we didn't manage ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed