Hotel Danubia Gate Bratislava
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in chocolate (yum) and the other was some sort of hard/tough puff-pastry-like cannoli filled with marshmallow fluff (yum to the inside only). It was interesting to try to communicate with the shopkeepers as most of them didn't know any English and we needed to communicate using only hand signals, but I had a lot of fun seeing what they had at their shops.
Next, I found myself at the presidential palace a little before the turn of the hour. I ...
... need to. This was the fullest First Class carriage we've been in - we were lucky not to get turfed out of the seats we chose. Had some good company on this trip - a group of 7 Aussies who'd just finished a tour from Moscow and were now moving on to do another one starting in Budapest.
There was some pretty scenery once again - lots of big trees and green fields and valleys. I spotted a deer farm. The fields of crops are ...
Walked the streets to the pancake place near the hostel we stayed in last time. It was closed due to Easter. So we went back to the restaurant/brewery that we found last night and had lunch. After lunch we walked up to the Hrad castle and took some photos. Walked around the square and courtyards and then headed back towards the ...
... them with precision, all fresh ingredients. But why was she serving it with a shot of water? I know in Germany it's customary to serve coffee with a glass of water so maybe that was it. But when it arrived at the table we realised why. The drink as so thick you had to eat it with a spoon. It was more like chocolate fondue. Heaven. But dried your mouth out so much you needed that shot of water. So if your ever in Bratislava, this place is a must for the chocolate ...
... isolated shopping mall called Cubicon, that was after biking thought the old city to the Danube, and by the Danube until I found a big road and reached Cubicon. My new havaianas are light blue and should serve the purpose for the rest of the trip. After for a couple of hours I made a stop close to the Cubicon mall, in a local cafeteria. I asked for a beer, one of the cheapest of the trip (€0,90 per pint). I met Mehrtob, an Iranian guy running a ...