Hotel Danubia Gate Bratislava
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... back our Wine and Beer the clientele during the day was different to what we expected, with at least 20 odd grey nomads knocking back a beer or two after lunch. However one thing that makes Simplza exceptionally unique is does it not only employ a full time interior designer but every Sunday a local farmers market is held between its walls !!
After marching out into the freezing cold we quickly aborted our Mission to Liberty Statue claiming poor visibility as a ...
... see not just the part that constitutes the 'old town' but also the entire south side of the river which is all old Communist housing. Block after block of it. In former Communist countries as time goes by and evidence of the past gradually disappears, some of the last remnants are usually the buildings. A conversation later in the day confirmed what I'd suspected: south of the river nothing has changed. It's all as it was pre-1989.
Since Hong Kong I've been ...
... to do it. Ben said a documentary needs to be made to explore this upsetting situation. A very troubling stalemate.
But back to our morning - after leaving the cemetery, we went to the Vienna Boys Choir school and met their choir master Manlo Manin, an exuberant and knowledgeable Italian. He had many helpful suggestions as he put us through our Mozart paces. I'm certain Ming felt vindicated as many of Manin's pointers were Ming's ...
... Posters of Mozart and what appears to be his own mini-me at the piano, sharing a Mozart ball. You just know that when he passed away, without a dime to his name, he was hoping that one day he would be remembered as the face of a marzipan filled confectionary, not for his music.
Back to Salzburg. Such a beautiful place! All the shops with their old signs hanging off the wall, even Zara and McDonald’s were in on the act. The typical cobbled streets, the river ...
... splashed out on a €10 taxi to our hostel, we headed straight for the tram that would take us all the way to Zlaté Piesky, the lake where the wakeboarding was. Everything seems pretty easy in Bratislava! The tram stop was right by our hostel (not planned) and it cost ninety cents to go all the way to the lake which was quite a bit out of the city. The lake was nice, and it was super super hot! We found a nice spot on the beach right by Wake Lake and Starky ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed