Hotel Danubia Gate Bratislava
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... to Bratislava Castle, the main icon of the city, but was then bitterly disappointed, since the castle was surrounded by construction fences so you could not take a good picture of it at all.
Walking down the hill, it came across the most famous church in Bratislava, the St Martin's Cathedral and wandered inside to warm myself up. It wasn't the most spectacular cathedral I have ever seen, but ti did have some beautiful stained glass windows that provided some ...
... my way to my Airbnb apartment. My last apartment in Budapest wasn’t exactly as advertised. This apartment in Bratislava more than made up for that. It was exactly as advertised! Bright, spacious and very comfortable. After checking in, my host and I went for coffee, where she filled me in on the local area.
One of the things I was curious about is what makes Slovakia different than the Czech ...
... think I need at least one a day!
After lunch, we decided we NEEDED dessert but had to get back to the office so we went to McDonalds. Ok, so in the States if you go to McDonalds for dessert you have a few options and they're very artificial. Not in Europe! There were legit desserts! M couldn’t decide what to get so we got two things and decided to try ...
... off to rulers of other lands to try and grow her kingdom "organically". Given what subsequently happened this strategy was not successful. Slovakia has suffered much from WWI, WWII and the Baltic revolution in the 1980's. Many bridges and buildings have been destroyed, although much reconstruction is in progress. Bratislava has a combination of architectures including Gothic, Renaissance and 20th Century. The parliament has very ...
... 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 ...